Carter's 25 and 11 lead Seattle past Puget Sound 95-67
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SEATTLE (AP) Myles Carter scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Seattle coasted to a 95-67 win over Division II Puget Sound on Thursday night.
Carter, a transfer from Seton Hall who sat out last year, was 11-of-15 shooting. Matej Kavas added 11 points for the Redhawks (1-1), who shot 55 percent (35 of 63), going 7 of 17 from 3-point range.
Stellan Roberts had 16 points for the Loggers.
Carter scored the first seven points of the game and Seattle had a pair of 8-0 runs to open a 46-26 lead at the half. The Redhawks shot 56 percent, making 5 of 8 from distance.
Puget Sound was 10 of 31 in the first half and 10 of 27 in the second, finishing 3 of 17 behind the arc. Its best success came at the foul line, hitting 24 of 29.
The Loggers cut into a 25-point deficit with a 10-0 run early in the second half but Seattle quickly responded with a 14-2 run and cruised home.
Updated November 9, 2018