- Associated Press - Friday, February 12, 2016

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Tyler Hall scored 29 points on 10-for-14 shooting_8 for 11 from 3_to lead Montana State to a 101-58 pummeling of Northern Arizona on Thursday night.

The Bobcats hit a school record 25 3s and were just three shy of the all-time Division I mark set by Troy in 1994 against George Mason.

Montana State finished 25 for 43 from 3-point range (58.3 percent). Montana State (11-13, 6-6 Big Sky) led 56-18 at halftime. Hall hit three-straight 3s to give Montana State a 29-8 lead with 8:19 left before halftime.

The Lumberjacks shot 4 for 23 in the first half (17.4 percent) and missed all eight 3-point attempts.

Meanwhile, the Bobcats shot 63.3 percent (19 for 30) from the field and were 15 for 23 from 3 in the first half.

Kris Yanku and Torry Johnson each scored 21 for Northern Arizona (4-19, 2-10).

Montana State outrebounded the Lumberjacks 45-21.

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