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Western men Western men race past Chaminade, 102-87 | NCAA Division II

John Allen, the West Region Player of the Year, had 29 points to lead defending national champion Western Washington to a 102-87 victory...

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BELLINGHAM — John Allen, the West Region Player of the Year, had 29 points to lead defending national champion Western Washington to a 102-87 victory over Chaminade Friday night in the NCAA Division II West Regional at Carver Gym.

Allen, a senior guard from Mountlake Terrace High School, also had eight assists for the Vikings (28-2). He was 8 of 15 from the field and 10 of 10 on free throws, and has 1,430 career points, six short of ninth place in school history.

Western Washington, seeded No. 1 in the West and ranked No. 4 nationally, will play Cal State San Bernardino in a regional semifinal at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Chaminade, the region's No. 8 seed, finished the season 19-11 despite 32 points from Bennie Murray.

Chris Mitchell added 19 points and hit 4 of 5 three-point attempts for the Vikings. They shot 58.2 percent (32 of 55) from the field, including 68.4 percent (13 of 19) in the second half.

"We found a group that clicked in the second half. We started running the offense and getting easier buckets," said WWU coach Tony Dominguez.

Other games

Cal Poly Pomona 69,

Chico State 61

Terrence Drisdom scored 26 points, helping the Broncos advance to a semifinal game against Seattle Pacific. Cal Poly (28-2) is the No. 2 seed in the West Region. Camario Sims scored 21 for Chico State (19-11).

Cal State San Bernardino 75, Dixie State 69

Guard Brian Goins got 10 of his 23 points in the final five minutes as the Coyotes (20-8) held off the Red Storm (22-7). Dixie State, from St. George, Utah, led 61-60 with just under three minutes remaining before Juan Martinez and Goins hit three-pointers for San Bernardino.

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