POMONA – Basketball coaches look for mismatches when they prepare a game plan. The Cal Poly Pomona men’s basketball team had one Friday night. Daniels made all six of his field goal attempts in the second half and finished 9-of-14 shooting from the field. “The first half, he was floating around more, and in the second half, he attacked the basket,” Cal Poly coach Greg Kamansky said. He also made a couple of nice fade-away jumpers and an 18-foot jumper. “Between him and Dion (Cook, 19 points) there are shots, I’m like, `No, no. Oh, good shot,”‘ Kamansky said. The Broncos had trouble putting the Otters away, and Monterey Bay cut the deficit to 67-65 on a jumper by Richard Jenkins with 3:01 to play. But a 9-0 Cal Poly run, including four points from Daniels, put the game away. “We just executed on offense, and made some stops on defense,” Kamansky said. Two team statistics in particular stood out for Kamansky: only 12 turnovers committed by the Broncos, and only six offensive rebounds by the Otters. Cal Poly women 70, Monterey Bay 59 After their offense was stymied by Cal State Monterey Bay’s zone defense a month ago, interim coach Michelle Fortier knew the best way to beat the zone was to make some outside shots. The Broncos (6-14, 5-10) made five in the first half to take an 11-point halftime lead, then held off the Otters (5-15, 4-11). “I thought Cassey Brick made a big difference,” Fortier said. “She made a couple of big shots.” Brick hit two of the Broncos 3-pointers and had nine points. Jessica Hopkins had a team-high 13 points and Porsche’ Kirksey and Ashley Moody added 12 points apiece as Cal Poly snapped a three-game losing streak. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It was the Broncos’ fourth game of a brutal five games in 10-day stretch that has improved considerably since dropping the first two games on the road last weekend. The Broncos (14-6 overall, 10-5 California Collegiate Athletic Association) defeated rival Cal State San Bernardino on Tuesday, then avenged a loss a month ago by beating the Otters (11-9, 8-7) on Friday. Daniels was a big difference. He scored only nine points the first time the teams met, but his big night matched a season high. It was the first time in the last eight games he reached double figures in scoring. “Coach just kept telling me to go to the basket,” Daniels said. “I try to do that every game, but some games, like against Bakersfield, they focus on the guards and it’s hard to get the ball into the post.” Photo Gallery: Cal Poly Pomona vs Cal State Monterey Kaelen Daniels scored 15 of his 23 points in the second half and the Broncos pulled away late to defeat CSU Monterey Bay 78-67 at Kellogg Gym.