HONOLULU, NOV. 25 -- Alonzo Mourning scored 21 points as ninth-ranked Georgetown enjoyed another workout, rolling by Hawaii Pacific, 72-45, Saturday night.
The Hoyas (2-0) controlled the first half as the 6-foot-10 Mourning scored seven of his 12 first-half points in the first five minutes.
Mourning and the Georgetown defense proved too tough for the scrambling Sea Warriors, who were forced to shoot mainly from the perimeter. Michael Johnson led Hawaii Pacific with 12 points.
Coach John Thompson used the second half mostly to give the younger Hoyas playing time. During the opening minutes of the second half, most of the Georgetown reserves played, and the margin widened to 53-29 halfway through the second half. Mourning again stood out, scoring six points within a two-minute period.
"We've got a lot to work on, but we know that," Thompson said. "Every year we've been here, we've had a lot to work on. We come here to get those things in order."
Thompson said he was impressed by the defense of freshman guard Joey Brown.
"I really like him a lot," Thompson said. "Especially for a young kid at this stage, he probably handles that situation as well as anybody."
In Georgetown's 110-77 rout of Hawaii Loa Friday night, Brown had 11 points and seven assists. He had six of the Hoyas' 16 assists Saturday night.