Wichita State lit it up from outside the arc in an 89-67 win over South Dakota State at home on Thursday.
The Shockers made 15-of-34 three-pointers, led by the effort of freshman Landry Shamet, who made six of 10 attempts and had a career-high 21 points.
Five players scored in double figures on the evening, including Shamet, Markis McDuffie (17), Darral Willis (14), Conner Frankamp (13) and Zach Brown (10).
It was the second time this season that WSU has made 15 three-pointers, matching the mark hit in a win over Maryland-Eastern Shore on Nov. 20.
Wichita State, now 10-3, and will open Missouri Valley Conference play Wednesday, Dec. 28, at Indiana State (6-6).