Boise State had five players score in double figures, as the Broncos pulled away from Wyoming for a 94-71 victory Saturday in Idaho.

Despite shooting 28 percent in the first half, the Cowboys only trailed 37-29 at the break. Hayden Dalton led the charge with ten points and three rebounds.

With the score at 57-54, Boise State went on an 11-3 run. It gave the Broncos a 68-57 advantage. The Cowboys failed to get closer than nine the rest of the game. Boise State out-scored UW 26-14 the rest of the game.

Wyoming (12-14, 5-8) were led by Josh Adams with 16 points and six assists. Alexander Aka Gorski scored 14 off the bench, while Jason McManamen chipped in 13 points and Dalton with 10. The Pokes shot 46 percent from the floor for the game, which included 65 percent in the second half.

Boise State (17-9, 8-5) completed a regular season sweep of UW. The Broncos shot 55 percent from the field. They had a 33-20 edge on the glass and scored 40 points in the paint. James Webb III had 21 points and 11 rebounds. Boise State also scored 17 points off 14 Wyoming turnovers.

The Pokes return home Wednesday against Fresno State. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. in the Arena-Auditorium.