Jamaree Bouyea scored 19 points and three of his teammates scored in double figures to lead USF to an 82-72 victory over Princeton on Saturday at Chase Center.

Bouyea, a 6-foot-2 junior guard from Seaside (Monterey County), added seven rebounds and three assists as the Dons improved to 2-0. Princeton fell to 0-2.

Guard Charles Minlend scored 16 for USF, which got 15 points each from 7-foot center Jimbo Lull and senior guard Jordan Ratinho.

USF led 41-35 at halftime and outscored the Tigers 41-37 in the second half.

Freshman guard Jaelin Llewellyn scored 24 points to lead Princeton, but was 8-for-20 from the field, including 1-for-6 from 3-point range. As a team, the Tigers hit 39% from beyond the 3-point line; USF hit 30% (seven of 23) from that distance.

Drew Friberg led Princeton with nine rebounds.

It was the first men’s college basketball game played at the Warriors’ new arena.