San Francisco 90, Pacific Union 38
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)
Raffington was one of six Dons who set or equaled their career-best point totals. Chris Adams (14 points) and Cole Dickerson (13 points, career-high nine rebounds) were among that group.
San Francisco (7-3) led 35-3 a little over 12 minutes into the game, and finished with its largest margin of victory since a 129-65 win Jan. 2, 2010 against Holy Names, another NAIA opponent.
The overmatched Pioneers (0-9) led 3-2 on a 3-pointer by Kalle Pascal before the Dons scored 33 consecutive points en route to a 48-12 halftime lead.
Michael Williams, who averages 12 points per game for San Francisco, did not suit up due to what a school spokesman termed ''academic priorities.''