Courtesy Bradley Sports Information:
Wichita State center Garrett Stutz led a balanced attack with 14 points and 10 rebounds, pacing the visiting Shockers (10-2, 1-0 MVC) to their eighth consecutive victory, a 90-51 decision at Bradley (5-8, 0-1 MVC) Wednesday night at Carver Arena.
The 39-point margin of victory is the most-lopsided in the 126-game history of the rivalry and the Shockers held Bradley to its second-worst field goal percentage (.255) on record.
Bradley senior forward Taylor Brown scored a game-high 19 points and sophomore center Jordan Prosser added nine points and a team-best nine rebounds. While the duo combined to make 9-of-15 (.600) field goal attempts, the rest of the Braves combined to make just 5-of-40 (.125) field goal attempts.
All five Wichita State starters scored in double-figures. Joe Ragland and Touré Murry each scored 12, David Kyles added 11 and Carl Hall chipped in with 10.
Wichita State also outrebounded Bradley 50-32 and turned 18 offensive rebounds into a 26-14 margin in second-chance points.