The win pulled Hawaii (21-4, 12-2 Western Athletic Conference) to within a half game of Tulsa for the WAC lead. It was the lowest scoring game of the season for San Jose State (8-18, 3-11).
The Rainbow Warriors put the game out of reach in the first half by going on a 19-1 run - with 3-pointers by English, Predrag Savovic, Mindaugas Burneika and Mike McIntyre - making it 35-11.
The Spartans struggled offensively, shooting 36.2 percent from the field and committing 19 turnovers.
San Jose State didn't score a field goal in the final 9:54 of the first half.
McIntyre scored 17 points and Savovic added 14 for the Warriors. Marion Thurmon led the Spartans with 12 points. He and Andre Valentine had a team-high five rebounds apiece.
McIntyre's free throws with 7:56 left in the game and his steal and layin with 2:20 to go gave Hawaii 30-point leads.
Hawaii avenged its 61-58 loss at San Jose earlier in the season. It was also the Warriors' 10th consecutive victory at home.
The Spartans have lost their last three games by an average of 26 points.