PORTLAND, Ore. -- Matt Hauser had a career-high 29 points as Portland State defeated Cal State Northridge 73-67 on Friday night.
After a tight first half that resulted in the two teams heading to the half tied at 36-36, Portland State outscored Cal State Northridge in the second half for the 6-point victory. The Matadors' 31 points in the second half were a season low for the team.
Portland State matches up against Portland Bible at home on Thursday. Cal State Northridge takes on North Dakota State at home on Wednesday.
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