Matthew Dellavedova scored 24 points and set the school record for 3-pointers in leading Saint Mary's to a 78-62 win over visiting Yale on Sunday.

The senior guard was 4 of 6 from behind the arc, giving him 239 for his career. David Sivulich had the previous mark of 238.

Dellavedova also moved past Diamon Simpson into fourth on the school's all-time scoring list with 1,620 points. Daniel Kickert is No. 1 with 1,874 points.

Brad Waldow, Beau Levesque and Jorden Page had 10 points each for the Gaels (10-3), who shot 51.8 percent from the field, while Yale was at 33.8 percent.

"It's a good win," Saint Mary's coach Randy Bennett said. "We beat a team that has played a lot on the road, and we got better as the game went on."

Having been more a distributor than a scorer in the past two games, Dellavedova used Sunday's game to again show how effective he can be when called on to do the bulk of the scoring.

"We had to keep them off the offensive boards," Dellavedova said, in explaining how the Gaels pulled away after halftime. "I'm not sure how many they had, but I know they killed us on that. Then, we gave up a few 3s, so if we cut down on that, we felt like we could pull away in the second half."

Greg Kelley led Yale (4-9) with 14 points. Jeremiah Kreisberg (Head-Royce School) had seven points and six rebounds in his Bay Area homecoming.

USC 63, Dayton 61: Eric Wise scored 19 points and Aaron Fuller added 12 as the host Trojans (5-8) beat the Flyers (9-4) in overtime. Fuller scored the go-ahead points on free throws and put back a miss for a 59-55 lead. Jio Fontan completed a three-point play to make it 62-58, and USC held on for just its second win in nine games. Wise was ejected after he received two technical fouls at 5:29 of the second half.

Fresno State 89, Sonoma State 64: Tyler Johnson had 25 points and eight rebounds, and the host Bulldogs (6-7) beat the Division II Seawolves (4-4). Will Olsem led four players in double figures for Sonoma State with 13 points. Emmanuel Bradford (Antioch High) added 10 points.

Indiana: The Hoosiers will have freshman Jeremy Hollowell back Monday at Iowa. Athletic director Fred Glass said the NCAA has cleared Hollowell of any potential infractions. Hollowell is averaging 5.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game for 12-1 Indiana.

Women

Duke 73, Monmouth 32: Tricia Liston had 15 points for the No. 4 Blue Devils (11-0), and the visiting Hawks (3-8) tied a Division I record with just three points in the first half. Monmouth had one field goal in the first 20 minutes and trailed 29-3. The three points matched the NCAA's halftime scoring mark set in 2003 by Savannah State against Florida State and tied by Tennessee State two years ago against Georgia Tech.

Kentucky 78, Marist 56: DeNesha Stallworth (Pinole Valley High) and Jennifer O'Neill both had 21 points, and the No. 7 Wildcats (12-1) beat the visiting Red Foxes (5-6) for their 11th straight win.

Tennessee 66, Rutgers 47: Isabelle Harrison had 18 points and 11 rebounds to help the No. 13 Lady Vols (9-3) beat the visiting Scarlet Knights (8-4) for the 1,200th win in program history.

Saint Mary's 79, George Washington 49: Jackie Nared had 21 points and 11 rebounds, and the Gaels (8-4) routed the visiting Colonials (6-7). Danielle Mauldin (St. Mary's High-Berkeley) added 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Kate Gaze, niece of former Australian star Andrew Gaze, had 14 points and five assists for the Gaels.

Wire services contributed to this report.