The on-again, off-again contest versus Pacifica was played as scheduled - and the Warriors used it to flex their offensive muscles as Cal State Stanislaus doubled-up the Gladiators, 116-58, Monday afternoon.
The 58-point win is the Warriors' biggest margin of victory since Dec. 2, 1988. It is the Warriors' second 50-plus point win this season (the Warriors beat UC Merced 105-57 on Nov. 14). In 1998, Stanislaus defeated Whittier College, 126-65.
Alek Carlson nailed five three-pointers and finished with 19 points. Ray Mitchell picked up the team's first double-double this season with 19 points and 10 rebounds in just 21 minutes of play while Nick Hodge chipped in 17 points with nine rebounds. Marcus Walters contributed as well with 11 points and nine rebounds and Sam Marcus dished eight assists.
As a team, the Warriors made 11 three-pointers, seven of them in the second and outscored Pacifica, 67-32 in the second half.
The Warriors out-rebounded the Gladiators, 76 to 35. Pacifica, which shot just 24.3 percent, was led by Adam Tolbert's 20 points.
Carlson was 5 for 6 from behind the arch in 15 minutes of play.