Friday's game one saw strong performances behind guards Jacob Champoux and E-J Farris, scoring nine and 13 respectively. The Warriors took a 25-point lead by halftime and would never look back as they take game one easily, 100-72.
As for game two, this one was a lot closer. The Warriors actually trailed 40-28 at halftime but scored 71 points in the second half, including 31 points on 10-of-12 shooting from Farris. He would finish the game with 41 total, which is the fifth most in Warrior, single-game history, and the Warriors would stay undefeated as they take it
99-88. The Warrior men will next play on Friday at Boise State in an exhibition game.