STARKVILLE, Mississippi (Ticker) -- Behind a number of record performances, Mississippi State rolled to a strong victory.
Winsome Frazier scored a career-high 30 points and Marcus Campbell added a personal-best 18 to lift No. 20 Mississippi State to an 82-64 victory over Missouri-Kansas City.
Frazier, who shot 11-of-19 from the field to surpass his previous high of 26 points, tied a school record with eight 3-pointers. Frazier entered the game 8-for-36 from the arc this season.
It was the fourth time in Bulldog history that a player had eight 3-pointers in a game, with Marckell Patterson last accomplishing the feat January 10, 2001 against Florida.
Gary Ervin also recorded a career high, handing out 10 assists for Mississippi State, which outrebounded Missouri-Kansas City, 45-32.
Ervin, who went scoreless with one field-goal attempt, has 26 assists in six starts this season.
Roberts, who was still wearing a clear plastic shield to protect a broken nose, totaled 15 points and 13 rebounds for his 40th career double-double in 90th career game for the Bulldogs, (5-1), who played their fourth game in the last six days.
Mississippi State, which improved to 49-8 in the month of November dating back to the 1986-87 campaign, has an eight-day break before completing a three-game homestand against South Alabama on December 2.
Mose Howard scored 15 points, and Brandon Temple and Mike English added 11 apiece for the Kangaroos (0-1), who made just 9-of-33 attempts from the arc.