Utah's 143-49 win over the state of Mississippi Valley on Friday night set the NCAA record for the largest goal box against a Division I opponent since the introduction of the NCAA tournament in the 1938-39 season.
The 94 The 143-point victory exceeded the 91-point previous profit margin Tulsa had set against Prairie View in December 1995.
Utah also broke some school records: 143 points blew up a mark that existed since 1960, when the Utes scored 132 points against Evansville. Utah's 73-point second half set a points record, outperforming the first half with 71 points the Utes had against Evansville. 2-0). Both Gach and Rylan Jones each had a triple-double, with Gach scoring a total of 1
Utah is the first team in the last 20 seasons to have two different players with triple doubles in the same game.
Utah scored a quick lead at the start of the competition with a 9-2 lead. The Utes hit another in the middle of the first half as the Delta Devils (0-2) with a Michael Green springer shortened their lead to 15-9 and unleashed a 25-4 in Utah in the next five minutes To extend the U & # 39; s lead to 40-13 and essentially the game out of reach.
Jaxon Brenchley and Gach were instrumental in the escape. Brenchley scored 3-point goals in a row to trigger Utah's shot on goal while Gach scored seven points during the run.
At halftime, Utah had risen by 50 and had scored 70 points in 63% shooting, while he held state 20% out of the field in Mississippi Valley.
It was more the same in the second half when Utah broke the century marker with 12:29 to enter the game. The Utes broke the school record for the most points in a game with 2:54 in the competition.
Utah had more dunks (26) than Mississippi Valley State Field Goals (21).
In the end, Utah's Utes defeated Salt Lake High School in 1913 with 94 points.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.