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WWU men cool off in home-opening loss to Hawaii Pacific

Vikings held to 39.3% shooting from the field

Matthew Van Komen extends his arms to block the shot made by Kai Johnson as another player's arm shoots up near them.
Hawaii Pacific's 7-foot-4 center Matthew Van Komen blocks a shot by Western Washington University's Kai Johnson Tuesday, Nov. 14, as the Vikings fell to the Sharks 83-67 at Carver Gymnasium. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Drew McFall Sports Intern
Western Washington men’s basketball’s home opener did not go to plan during an 83-67 blowout los
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