SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Hallice Cooke and Langston Morris-Walker both scored career highs, but Oregon State was unable to slow down the red-hot shooting of Utah in an 80-69 loss Saturuday afternoon at the Huntsman Center.

Cooke, a freshman from Union City, N.J., scored a career-best 14 points, 12 of which came from a 4-for-8 effort from beyond the arc. He added four assists off the bench.

Morris-Walker posted a career-high 11 points by connecting on 3-of-4 from the field, all from three-point range, and two free throws. The sophomore from Berkeley, Calif., came off the bench after starting the previous two games, and was solid for a second straight game.

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