Matthew Dellavedova scored 21 points, and junior transfer James Walker III added a career-high 14 in his return to Logan as Saint Mary's held on for a 67-58 victory Thursday night over Utah State.

Stephen Holt added 16 points for the Gaels (2-0).

It was a rare home loss for the Aggies, who saw their 37-game home winning streak end the last time the Gaels visited in 2009.

Jarred Shaw led Utah State (1-1) with 17 points and 15 rebounds, and Kyisean Reed added 16 points and four steals for the Aggies.

Walker averaged just 2.1 points as a freshman at Utah State and scored only three points in the Aggies' win over Saint Mary's that season. In Saint Mary's season-opening win Saturday, he had just six points. He had twice that by halftime Thursday and finished shooting 5 of 9, with two 3-pointers and three steals.

San Jose State 68, Weber State 67: Guard D.J. Brown made four free throws in the final 1:02 of overtime to give San Jose State (1-2) a win over visiting Weber State (1-1).

San Jose State's James Kinney led all players with 24 points. Forward Chris Cunningham was the Spartans' only other double-figure scorer with 10 points. For San Jose State, it was third game decided by four points or less early in the season.

Davion Berry led Weber State with 21 points.

A Berry put-back basket off his own missed shot gave Weber State a 67-64 lead with 1:07 left in overtime before Brown closed out the scoring with his free throws.


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Stanford 69, Alcorn State 51: Josh Huestis scored a career-high 18 points, leading host Stanford over Alcorn State.

Chasson Randle added 10 points, and Dwight Powell grabbed 10 rebounds for the Cardinal (3-0), which has won nine straight dating to last year's run to the postseason NIT title.

Anthony Nieves scored 12 points, Josh Nicholas 11 and Anthony Evans 10 for Alcorn State (1-2).

The Braves held an early lead at 9-8 before Stanford put together a 13-2 run and never trailed again, eventually leading by as many as 21.

The Cardinal hurt Alcorn State inside throughout the contest, grabbing 23 offensive rebounds.

Stanford held a 33-21 advantage at halftime despite shooting just under 30 percent.

Indiana 99, Sam Houston State 45: Christian Watford scored 23 points to help No. 1 Indiana ((3-0) defeat visiting Sam Houston State (1-2) in the Legends Classic. Will Sheehey scored 18 points, Victor Oladipo had 14 and Jordan Hulls 10 for the Hoosiers, who shot 57 percent from the field and made 9 of 21 3-pointers.

Arizona 72, UTEP 51: Mark Lyons scored 17 points, Solomon Hill added 10 and No. 12 Arizona (2-0) overcame some sloppy ballhandling to beat Texas-El Paso (1-1) in Tucson. Arizona had some careless moments against UTEP, turning it over 19 times. The Wildcats made up for it by shooting 9 of 18 from 3-point range and dominating the glass, outrebounding the Miners 35-15.

UCLA 100, James Madison 70: Norman Powell scored a career-high 27 points, Jordan Adams added 25 and No. 13 UCLA (3-0) routed visiting James Madison in regional play of the Legends Classic. Adams became the first freshman in school history to score 20-plus points in his first three games. The Bruins next play Georgetown on Monday in Brooklyn, N.Y., as part of the Legends Classic.

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San Jose State 81, Utah Valley 72: Ta'Rea Cunnigan scored a career-high 25 points, and two other Spartans had double-doubles as San Jose State (2-0) defeated Utah Valley (1-2) in the Event Center.

Classye James had 12 points and six rebounds in the first half and would finish with 22 points and 12 rebounds for her first career double-double. Riana Byrd had 14 points and 17 rebounds.

Cunnigan scored 10 points during an 18-2 run that lifted San Jose State to a 26-10 lead. The Spartans led 36-17 at halftime.

The Spartans used tough defensive pressure in the first half to hold the Wolverines to just 20 percent shooting (6 for 30).

Wire services contributed to this report.