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Kirolles Guirguis |Staff Writer|

The Coyotes men’s basketball team dominated Sonoma State University at Coussoulis Arena on Friday night.

The final score was 82-48

The 34 point margin over the Seawolves was the largest victory for the Coyotes in their 43 game history and marked the twentieth win for the Coyotes this season.

Senior Jordan Burris lead the team in points with 15. And later added three steals and two blocks. Senior Lacy Haddock produced 13 points for the team and received help from senior Kirby Gardner who finished with 10 points, five assists, and two steals for the Coyotes.

The bench was able to provide more than half of the total points against the Seawolves.

Sophomore Zeke DeBlase came off of the bench and scored 12 points for the team all from three point range. During the first half, the game was relatively close in score.

The Coyotes were down 14-13 with eight and a half minutes left before going on a 29-6 run to secure themselves in a winning position before the second half began.

DeBlase set the pace of the game scoring 3 three point field goals in the first half.

Junior Juan Martinez also added fuel to the fire with his 2 three-pointers against the Seawolves.

The Seawolves defense was no match for the aggressive and fast paced offense that the Coyotes displayed Friday night.

The Coyotes were able to capitalize on fast break plays throughout the night.

The Coyotes scored 17 points off of turnovers and had 14 fast break points.

Strong and persistent defense was displayed throughout the night and was an effective tool for the Coyotes.

The Seawolves were unable to break the consistent defense because it made it hard for them to score.

Saturday night’s game was no different.

The Coyotes were able to defeat San Francisco State once again. The strong offense finished the game at 75-57. Consistent shooting inside and outside the key were proven to be successful once again for the Coyotes.

Gardner led the team in total points with 16 over the Gators Saturday night.

Martinez assisted Gardner with 14 points and four steals.

Junior Taylor Statham led the team in three point shooting against the Gators.

He was able to provide 4 three-pointers and had seven assists over the Gators.

Strong defense and consistent shooting was a key factor in the team’s success. CSUSB 21-3 overall and 18-2 CCAA is now shifting and preparing themselves for playoff games to begin.

 

By Kiro Guirguis |Staff Writer|

The Coyotes men’s basketball team dominated Sonoma State University at Coussoulis Arena on Friday night.

The final score was 82-48

The 34 point margin over the Seawolves was the largest victory for the Coyotes in their 43 game history and marked the twentieth win for the Coyotes this season.

Senior Jordan Burris lead the team in points with 15. He also added three steals and two blocks.

Senior Lacy Haddock produced 13 points for the team and received help from senior Kirby Gardner who finished with 10 points, five assists, and two steals for the Coyotes.

The bench was able to provide more than half of the total points against the Seawolves.

Sophomore Zeke DeBlase came off of the bench and scored 12 points for the team all from three point range.

During the first half, the game was relatively close in score.

The Coyotes were down 14-13 with eight and a half minutes left before going on a 29-6 run to secure themselves in a winning position before the second half began.

DeBlase set the pace of the game scoring 3 three point field goals in the first half. Junior Juan Martinez also added fuel to the fire with his 2 three-pointers against the Seawolves.

The Seawolves defense was no match for the aggressive and fast paced offense that the Coyotes displayed Friday night.

The Coyotes were able to capitalize on fast break plays throughout the night. The Coyotes scored 17 points off of turnovers and had 14 fast break points.

Strong and persistent defense was displayed throughout the night and was an effective tool for the Coyotes. The Seawolves were unable to break the consistent defense because it made it hard for them to score.

Saturday night’s game was no different. The Coyotes were able to defeat San Francisco State once again. The strong offense finished the game at 75-57.

Consistent shooting inside and outside the key were proven to be successful once again for the Coyotes.

Gardner led the team in total points with 16 over the Gators Saturday night. Martinez assisted Gardner with 14 points and four steals.

Junior Taylor Statham led the team in three point shooting against the Gators. He was able to provide 4 three-pointers and had seven assists over the Gators.

Strong defense and consistent shooting was a key factor in the team’s success.

CSUSB 21-3 overall and 18-2 CCAA is now shifting and preparing themselves for playoff games to begin.

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