HONOLULU -- Drew Buggs scored 20 points and Hawaii used a quick start in the second half to earn a 70-59 win over Cal State Fullerton on Thursday night.
Nursing a 38-36 halftime lead, Buggs opened the second half with two free throws and hit a jumper at the 16:07 mark to put the Rainbow Warriors on top 46-36.
The Titans got as close as six but with five minutes to play, a Buggs jumper made it an 11-point game and with Justin Webster following with a 3-pointer and Zigmars Raimo adding a layup to make it 64-48, the Rainbows kept the lead in double figures the rest of the way.
Eddie Stansberry added 15 points for Hawaii (16-11, 7-6 Big West Conference) and Weber scored 10.
Hawaii defeated CSU Fullerton 75-69 on Jan. 9. The Titans play at CSU Northridge on Saturday. Hawaii is home against UC Riverside on Saturday.
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