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slee | Posted: 23 Jan 2014 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Haws scores 48 in hard-fought triple overtime loss to Portland


BYU vs. Portland Notes and Quotes

BYU vs. Portland Box Score

PORTLAND, Ore. – Tyler Haws scored a career-high 48 points in a triple overtime 114-110 loss to Portland at the Chiles Center on Thursday.

"The second overtime was probably where we played our best," BYU basketball coach Dave Rose said. "We had a good look at the end of the second overtime, I thought that shot by Ty on the baseline was going in. Then down the stretch they made some huge plays, we missed some free throws and couldn't seal the deal."

Matt Carlino added 25 points, nine assists and seven steals off the bench, while Kyle Collinsworth finished with a double-double, 12 points and 12 rebounds, to go along with four assists. Skyler Halford added 13 points and four rebounds and Nate Austin finished with seven points and a career-high 15 rebounds.

Eric Mika recorded a block two minutes into the game that led to a jumper by Halford for the 2-0 start. The Pilots grabbed a 10-5 lead, but was answered by buckets by Haws and Collinsworth, followed by a Carlino steal and the layup in transition to cut the deficit to 12-11 at the 12:55 mark.

Portland regained a six-point lead until Carlino scored the next nine BYU points that included a 3-pointer and another steal for the layup to cut Portland’s lead to 31-30 with 4:51 remaining in the half. Carlino’s backdoor pass to Haws kept the deficit at four and a 3-pointer by Haws to make it a three-point game with 1:21 to go before the half. The Cougars were down 45-40 at the half with Haws and Carlino leading with 16 and 13 points, respectively.

Haws began the second half with a layup before Portland scored five straight, which was answered back by a Halford 3-pointer. Five minutes into the half, the Pilots extended their lead to a game-high 11 and 56-45. Haws answered with on an 8-0 run on a jumper followed by back-to-back 3-pointers to cut the deficit to three at 56-53.

After Portland pushed its lead back to seven at 52-45, Haws and Carlino recorded blocks on the same possession that led to Carlino’s first of consecutive 3-pointers that made it a one-point game. At the 8:48 mark, Haws’ free throws gave BYU the 63-62 lead. Portland led 80-78 with less than a minute remaining, but Carlino’s deflection to Haws for the layup from Portland’s inbound pass tied it at 80-80 with 32 seconds left and sent it to overtime.

Portland had seven-point lead in overtime with 44 seconds left, but BYU tied it after going on an 8-1 run. Halford connected on a 3-pointer with 24 seconds left followed by a pair of free throws and a three by Haws with 12 seconds remaining to send it into double overtime.

Collinsworth’s layup gave the Cougars a 93-91 lead to start the double overtime. Haws made two trips to the free-throw line and went 4 of 4, followed by a drive to the rim by Collinsworth for the 99-91 lead with 2:40 remaining. Despite BYU’s four-point lead with 47 seconds left, Portland re-tied the game at 103 to send it into triple overtime.

The Pilots held the Cougars scoreless for the first 3:30 minutes in the third overtime until Collinsworth made both free throws to make it a five-point game. Carlino’s drive to the rim cut Portland’s lead 112-109 with 14 seconds left, but BYU couldn’t overcome Portland’s run.

BYU remains on the road to take on Gonzaga on Saturday at 7 p.m. PST. The game will be televised live on ESPN2 and broadcast on the Cougar IMG Sports Network on KSL Newsradio 102.7/1160 AM.

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Kyle Chilton | Posted: 21 Jan 2014 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020
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Northwest trip takes Cougars to Portland


BYU Game Notes

Portland Game Notes

BYU has won five-straight games after starting the West Coast Conference season with back-to-back road losses. The Cougars are coming off road wins over San Francisco (83-76) and Santa Clara (91-81). BYU will look to keep the streak alive when the Cougars play at Portland on Thursday in the Chiles Center at 7 p.m. PST. Thursday's game will be televised live on ROOT Sports NW/RM and broadcast live on the Cougar IMG Sports Network on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM and

BYU Cougars (13-7, 5-2 WCC)

  • Head Coach: Dave Rose
  • Alma Mater: Houston, 1983
  • Career Record: 222-73 (9th)
  • Record at BYU: Same

Portland Pilots (11-8, 3-4 WCC)

  • Head Coach: Eric Reveno
  • Alma Mater: Stanford, 1989
  • Division I Career Record: 107-134 (8th)
  • Record at Portland: Same

Series Information

  • Series Record: BYU leads 9-0
  • Last Meeting: BYU won 86-72, 2/16/13
  • H/A/N: 5-0/4-0/0-0

Game Information

  • TV Talent: Tom Glasgow (play-by-play), Bill Krueger (analyst)
  • Live Video:
  • Radio: Cougar IMG Sports Network, KSL 102.7 FM / 1160 AM, BYU Radio - Sirius XM 143
  • Radio Talent: Greg Wrubell (play-by-play), Travis Hansen (analyst)
  • Live Audio/Stats:

Projected starters

Portland (11-8, 3-4 WCC)
No. Name Ht. Pos. Ppg Rpg
32 Ryan Nicholas 6-7 F 12.7 9.2
12 Thomas van der Mars 6-11 C 12.3 6.6
0 Kevin Bailey 6-5 G 17.2 3.0
1 Bryce Pressley 6-4 G 7.7 3.2
2 Alec Wintering 5-11 G 7.7 2.3
BYU Cougars (13-7, 5-2 WCC)
No. Name Ht. Pos. Ppg Rpg
5 Kyle Collinsworth 6-6 G 14.0 8.1
23 Skyler Halford 6-1 G 9.0 1.4
3 Tyler Haws 6-5 G 22.2 4.2
33 Nate Austin 6-11 F 3.8 8.2
00 Eric Mika 6-10 F 13.5 6.2

 By the numbers

1.7 Matt Carlino’s career steals average, second all-time in BYU history. His 134 career steals are eighth all-time and the 64 he totaled in 2012-13 as a sophomore are the fourth most in team history.
2 The number of players in BYU history to reach 1,000 career points as a sophomore. Danny Ainge was the first to do so and had 1,130 points in 57 games by the end of his sophomore season (1978-79). Sophomore Tyler Haws joined Ainge when he reached the 1,000 career point mark at Saint Mary’s on Feb. 21, 2013.
4 The number of players in the NCAA ranked in the top 125 in both rebounding and assists: BYU’s Kyle Collinsworth (47th in assists, 93rd in rebounding), UCLA’s Kyle Anderson (10th in assists, 49th in rebounding), Saint Joseph’s Halil Kanacevic (80th in assists and 79th in rebounding) and Vermont’s Brian Voelkel (28th in assists and 84th in rebounding). Collinsworth, Anderson and Voelkel are the only three players in the country that average at least 5.0 assists and 8.0 rebounds per game (rankings as of 1/19/14).
4.7 Matt Carlino’s career assist average, second all-time in BYU history.  As a freshman in 2011-12, he averaged 4.6 assists and in 2012-13, he averaged 4.8. His 171 assists last season are the third most in team history. Carlino is averaging 4.6 assists per game this season and tied his career high with 11 against North Texas.
6 The number of career games for Tyler Haws shooting 100 percent from the free throw line with a minimum of 10 attempts, a BYU record. He hit 10 of 10 on Feb. 20, 2010 at Wyoming, 12 of 12 vs. Cal State Northridge on Nov. 24, 2012, 10 of 10 vs. Utah on Dec. 8, 2012, 10 of 10 at Weber State on Dec. 15, 2012, 14 of 14 at Loyola Marymount on March 2, 2013 and 11 of 11 vs. Wichita State on Nov. 26, 2013.
8 With a bid to the 2013 NIT, Dave Rose and the Cougars reached the postseason for a BYU record eighth-straight season. In his first year as head coach, Rose and the Cougars went to the 2006 NIT. That was followed by six-straight trips to the NCAA Tournament and last season’s NIT bid. BYU has also won 20-plus games in each of Rose’s eight seasons.
33 The number of consecutive games Tyler Haws has scored in double figures, a career-best streak and tied for 8th-best in BYU history with John Fairchild.
40 The number of 20-point games Haws has in his career at BYU, fifth all-time in program history. He had 25 20-point games in 2012-13, fourth all-time in a single season.
46 Matt Carlino became the 46th BYU player to score 1,000 career points when he reached the milestone against Santa Clara on Jan. 19, 2014, his 81st career game. He currently has 1,012 career points and is 3 from tying Dave Eastis for 45th all-time at BYU.
88.9 Tyler Haws’ career free-throw percentage, first all-time in BYU history. He has hit 417 of 469 from the line in his career.
90.0 Eric Mika’s shooting percentage against Mount St. Mary’s, tied for the BYU freshman record for field goal percentage in a game (minimum 10 attempts). The freshman from Alpine, Utah, hit 9 of 10 from the field and scored 20 points. He shares the record with Fred Roberts, who also hit 9 of 10 vs. Utah State on Dec. 6, 1978.
112 BYU’s point total against Stanford, a 112-103 road win. The point total is the most by a BYU team under Dave Rose and the most since Feb. 25, 1993, when the Cougars scored 128 at home against Sacramento State. It also marked a BYU record for points scored against a Pac-12 team.
222 Dave Rose (2005 to present) is second all-time in BYU basketball history with 222 career victories, behind only the great Stan Watts, who coached the Cougars to 371 wins from 1949 to 1972 and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1986.
1,577 The number of points Tyler Haws has scored in his career, good for 12th all-time and 75 from tying Ken Roberts for 11th. Haws holds the BYU record for most points scored during freshman and sophomore seasons combined.

Kyle of all trades

In his first season since serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Russia, Kyle Collinsworth is averaging 14.0 points, 8.1 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game. He is proving to be the most versatile player in the WCC, especially in league games. Through six WCC games, he ranks in the top 13 in the major statistical categories: 7th in scoring, 3rd in rebounding, tied for 2nd in assists, 1st in steals and T-13th in blocks. He is also top 12 in four other categories: 1st in FG percentage, 1st in offensive rebounds, 10th in assist/turnover ratio and 11th in defensive rebounds.

30 the old fashioned way

Tyler Haws scored 31 points against Loyola Marymount while hitting 9 of 19 from the field and 13 of 14 from the free throw line. He joined Brandon Davies (33 vs. Weber State on Dec. 15, 2012) as the only other player to score 30-plus points without hitting a three since Keena Young scored 34 vs. UNLV on March 10, 2007. The last BYU wing/guard to score 30 without hitting a three was Travis Hansen on Jan. 5, 2002 when he netted 30 against Pepperdine. Prior to Hansen, the last guard to score 30-plus was Marty Haws, Tyler’s father, on Jan. 4, 1990 vs. Hawaii.

The mythical 5x3 and the 4x3+2

A 5x3 is when a player records at least three in each of the major statistical categories (points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks). Only one BYU player – Rafael Araujo – has recorded a 5x3 since blocks and steals were first recorded beginning with the 1977-78 season. He did so with 24 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 blocks and 3 steals vs. Wyoming on Jan. 19, 2004. Kyle Collinsworth has joined 11 other BYU players who have fallen one stat shy of a 5x3 and recorded a 4x3+2 (at least three in four of the categories plus two in the other). He had 11 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 2 blocks and 5 steals at Pepperdine and 20 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 blocks and 2 steals vs. LMU. Danny Ainge (2), Lee Cummard (6), Brandon Davies (3) and Greg Kite (2) are the only others to record more than one 4x3+2.

Fantastic freshman

Big man Eric Mika is having one of the top freshman campaigns in BYU history. He is currently ranked in the top six in several categories in the BYU record book, including: scoring (5th), rebounding (7th), field goal percentage (2nd), offensive rebounds (6th), double-figure scoring games (T-9th) and consecutive games scoring in double figures (2nd).

Setting the scoring standard

Tyler Haws’ 35-point game against Pepperdine is the most points scored by a West Coast Conference player since Haws scored 42 and 37 last season. Those three games are the only times a WCC player has scored 35 or more in the past three seasons. The last time a WCC player scored 35 or more came on March 25, 2011 as Santa Clara’s Kevin Foster scored 35 against Southern Methodist.