Marcus Foster scores career-high 35 to power Creighton past Georgetown as Kobe Paras again a DNP
Marcus Foster shows the way as the Bluejays score their ninth win in 14 Big East games. 

CREIGHTON Bluejays got back on t­he winning track, downing the Georgetown Hoyas, 87-70, on Sunday in Omaha, Nebraska (Monday, Manila time).

Marcus Foster scored a career-high 35 points, shooting 13 for 19, as the Bluejays bounced back from a loss to the Seton Hall Pirates.

Isaiah Zierden came off the bench to deliver 13 points on 4 of 7 shooting as Creighton improved its overall win-loss record to 22-5.

Justin Patton came up with 10 points on 5 of 7 shooting, while Cole Huff matched the output, making 4 of 7 field goal attempts.

Kobe Paras of the Philippines did not see action for Creighton, which scored its ninth win in 14 games in the Big East.

JL Peak went 9 for 16 and finished with 23 points for the Hoyas, who could not get a win run going after downing Marquette.

Rodney Pryor scored 16 and Jessie Govan added 12 for Georgetown, 5-9 in the Big East.

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