LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) _ Brandon Granville scored 19 points and set a school and Maui Invitational record with 15 assists Tuesday as Southern California beat Memphis 92-65 in the consolation bracket.

Granville, who was 4-for-9 from 3-point range and also had five steals, broke the Maui record of 14 assists set by Mark Rodrigues of Chaminade against Davidson in the inaugural tournament in 1984 and matched by George Robinson of Northeastern against Loyola Marymount in 1990.

The school record was also 14, first set by Larry Friend against Texas in 1986 and tied by Stais Boseman in 1996.

The Trojans (2-1), who had all five starters score in double figures, will play Utah State, which beat Chaminade 70-48, for fifth place on Wednesday.

Memphis cut the deficit to 55-43 on a 3-pointer by Marcus Moody with 15:17 left, but The Trojans then went on a 16-3 run that featured two spectacular dunks by Jeff Trepagnier. Sam Clancy ended the run with a dunk and Southern California led 71-46 with 11:44 left.

The closest Memphis (0-2) got the rest of the way was 80-61 with 5:28 left on a basket by James Harris and the Trojans closed the game with a 12-4 run.

Trepagnier had 19 points for Southern California, which lost 82-65 to No. 4 North Carolina in the opening round, while David Bluthenthal had 18, Brian Scalabrine 17 and Clancy 15.

Keiron Shine had 18 points, all on 6-for-11 shooting from 3-point range, for the Tigers.

Memphis shot 42 percent (25-for-60) against the Trojans, much better than the 22 percent in its 71-55 opening-round loss to Georgetown. That was the Tigers' first game under interim head coach Johnny Jones, the replacement or Tic Price, who resigned unexpectedly on Nov. 13.