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K-State beats George Washington 72-55

By Danilynn Welniak, dwelniak@kwch.com
Published On: Dec 31 2013 05:48:35 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 31 2013 05:48:51 PM CST
Kansas State Basketball
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -

As the December month approached, K-State head coach Bruce Weber wanted his Wildcats to set a goal. The goal was to go undefeated through the month of December. To the surprise of many, the Wildcats accomplished that feat with their win over George Washington on Tuesday 72-55.

Here is the AP press release:

Shane Southwell had 21 points and Thomas Gipson had 12 points and eight rebounds as Kansas State beat George Washington 72-55 on Tuesday.
    
Five quick points courtesy of Marcus Foster stretched the Wildcats (10-3) lead to 18 less than two minutes into the second half and it never fell under 15 points the rest of the way.
    
The victory stretches Kansas State's winning streak to eight games and gives Southwell his first 20-point performance of the season.
    
It's also the 11th time in its last 12 games that Kansas State's opponent has been held under its scoring average.
    
George Washington (11-2) entered the contest averaging 77.7 points per game.
    
Kethan Savage had 12 points to pace the Colonials and leading scorer Maurice Creek contributed 11 points.
    
The Colonials 34 percent shooting performance was its worst of the season and just the third time they had been held under 40 percent.

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