Men's Hoops Continues MW Play At Wyoming Saturday

Rashad Muhammad leads the Spartans in scoring at 12.8 points per game.
Feb. 12, 2015

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MEN'S HOOPS CONTINUES MW PLAY AT WYOMING SATURDAY
The San José State men's basketball team will have its second clash of the season with Wyoming, this time in Laramie, Wyo., at 4:00 p.m. MT in the Arena Auditorium. The game can be seen on ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain (see channel listings below) and on the Mountain West Digital Network (SJSUSpartans.com/videos). KLIV and Stretch Internet Radio will carry the radio broadcast with Justin Allegri and Joe Boylan on the call. The Spartans took the Cowboys down to the wire in an earlier meeting this season, and this time around Wyoming may be without it's top-guy in Larry Nance, Jr., who has missed the last two games due to illness.

 

 

SAN JOSÉ STATE (2-21, 0-11 MW) vs. WYOMING (19-6, 8-4 MW)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 4:00 P.M. MT
ARENA AUDITORIUM (15,000)
LARAMIE, WYO.

WATCH
ROOT SPORTS ROCKY MOUNTAIN

DIRECTV: 683, 684
DISH NETWORK: 414, 5414

LISTEN
KLIV 1590 AM RADIO

STRETCH INTERNET RADIO

STATS
SJSU.STATBROADCAST.COM

 

SJSU LETS NEVADA SQUEAK BY, 60-57
A few turnovers and missed opportunities during crunch time kept the Spartans from winning their first game in MW play this season in a tight, 60-57, loss to Nevada on February 7. SJSU hit 16 of their first 20 free throws in the game, but missed four in the final minute of the game. San José State hung around in the first half despite the Wolf Pack having more offensive rebounds (14) than total rebounds for the Spartans (11). Darryl Gaynor II had a season-high 25 points to lead the Spartans. AJ West scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in only 23 minutes to Nevada.


GAYNOR DROPS SEASON-HIGH 25 ON NEVADA
Freshman guard Darryl Gaynor II had his best game of the season against Nevada with a season-high 25 points on 7-of-14 shooting. He was a perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line and achieved another season-best with seven rebounds. Gaynor has led the way scoring in five games this season.


Brandon Mitchell A TOP-10 REBOUNDER IN MW PLAY
Sophomore forward Brandon Mitchell is in the top-10 for his 6.2 rebounds per game during MW play and his 2.1 offensive rebounds per MW game ranks sixth among all players in the conference.


A SOPHOMORE IS CLIMBING THE ALL-TIME RANKS
Sophomore guard Rashad Muhammad has made 115 threes in his young career as a Spartan. The mark ranks him eighth among SJSU's career-leaders for made threes. He is eight threes from jumping up into the top-five. Tim Pierce (2007-09) tops San José State's all-time list with 153 cashed three-point shots.


MUHAMMAD CONTINUES TO FIND DOUBLE-FIGURES
Rashad Muhammad has finished 12 of his last 13 games in double-figures scoring and is averaging 14.7 points per contest during that stretch. His season-high 26 points came on the road at Air Force on January 10. He's reached double-figures a total of 15 times in 20 games played this year.


SPARTANS TAKE COWBOYS DOWN TO THE WIRE IN LAST MEETING
San José State led Wyoming for more than half of the game the last time the two teams met on January 3 in The Event Center. The difference was the Cowboys hit 9-of-12 free throws in the final minutes to pull away for the 64-59 victory. Ivo Basor, who has been quiet for SJSU recently, was 6-of-6 from the floor that night. Darryl Gaynor II led the Spartans with 17 points and was one of three players for SJSU to log 40 minutes.


ALL-TIME SERIES WITH WYOMING
The Cowboys control the all-time series 7-1 and are 4-0 when taking on the Spartans in the Arena Auditorium.


CONNECT WITH THE SPARTANS
Connect with the SJSU men's basketball team on Twitter @SJSUMBB and with all Spartans athletics teams @SJSUAthletics. Fans can keep track of in-game and news updates using #SJSU, #spartanup and #spartanstrong. If you are on Facebook, so are we! Check us out at facebook.com/SJSUSpartans.


CATCH EVERY GAME ON STRETCH





Every SJSU men's basketball game can be heard live on Stretch Internet Radio. Head to the schedule page at www.SJSUSpartans.com and click the link to hear all the action called by play-by-play announcer Justin Allegri with commentary from Joe Boylan.


WEEKEND BROADCASTS ALSO ON KLIV 1590 AM





Every SJSU men's basketball game played on the weekend can also be heard live on KLIV 1590 AM Radio with Justin Allegri and Joe Boylan on the call.