Wichita St. 91, Chicago St. 51

WICHITA, Kan. -- Hitting perimeter shots and finding easy transition baskets, Wichita State blew out Chicago State 91-51 on Wednesday night.

The Shockers (5-1) were led by David Kyles' 15 points, Demetric Williams' career-high 14 and J.T. Durley's 11.

The Cougars (2-6) had just one player reach double figures as Carl Montgomery scored 10.

Playing a tune-up before Saturday night's game at No. 17 San Diego State, the Shockers shared the minutes and the scoring. Fourteen Shockers scored, and 11 played at least 13 minutes.

Wichita State put it out of reach over the final 6:30 of the first half, outscoring Chicago State 20-2 to take a 49-22 halftime lead. Kyles hit all three of his shots in the first half, all 3-pointers. Williams added eight first-half points.

The Shockers shot 50.8 percent for the game and outrebounded Chicago State 44-31.