STOCKTON, Calif. -- Daniss Jenkins scored 16 points and Pacific handled Loyola Marymount, earning a 62-50 West Coast Conference victory on Thursday night.
Justin Moore hit a 3-pointer to send the Tigers into intermission with a 29-22 lead and Austin Vereen opened the second half with a 3 and Jenkins and Jahlil Tripp followed with a jumper and a layup, respectively to give Pacific a 14-point advantage, 36-22.
Pacific (16-8, 4-4) shot 47.9% from the field and knocked down eight 3-pointers to snap a three-game losing streak.
Pacific hosts San Diego Saturday. Loyola Marymount hosts Pepperdine Saturday.
This story has been corrected to update that Pacific's record is 16-8 and 4-4, not 15-8 and 3-4.
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