Hawaii coach Gib Arnold took his team all the way to Canada for a game against No. 22 Gonzaga and didn't even stick around to see the finish.
He certainly saw enough of Robert Sacre, though.
Sacre had a successful homecoming north of the border, scoring 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to lead Gonzaga past Hawaii 73-54 on Saturday night.
''(Sacre) is a big, strong presence,'' said Arnold, who was ejected in the second half. ''It's hard to play against a 35-year-old man out there. He looks like he's a 12-year NBA veteran. I'd like to see his birth certificate.''
It was a rare appearance in Vancouver for Sacre, a former British Columbia high school star who is in his final season with the Bulldogs. The 22-year-old center is projected as an NBA draft choice and also figures prominently in Canada's rebuilding national team program.
Sacre is trying not to think about his future as he concentrates on helping Gonzaga return to the NCAA tournament. But Arnold figures it's just a matt...