NEW ORLEANS -- — Damian Dunn scored 18 points as Temple beat Tulane 65-57 on Saturday.
Jake Forrester added 17 points and 10 rebounds for Temple (3-3, 2/3 American Athletic Conference). De’Vondre Perry added 10 points and seven rebounds. J.P. Moorman II had nine rebounds, four assists and six points.
The Owls extended a 28-26 halftime lead by scoring the first 11 points after intermission with Forrester scoring eight. Temple held Tulane scoreless for the first 5:39 of the second half and the Green Wave never got closer than seven the rest of the way.
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