After an 18 point halftime deficit the Nevada Wolf Pack Men's Basketball Team's Comeback fell short as they loss to Pacific 67-65 Thursday Night.
The Wolf Pack shot a dismal 21 percent from the field in the first half but were able to counter that by shooting 63 percent in the second half.
They briefly regained the lead 53-52 midway through the second half after Lucas Stivrins went one for two at the free throw line, but then Pacific's Dulani Robinson would knock down a three-point shot and Pacific never relinquished the lead after that.
D.J. Fenner led all scorers with a career high of 24 points. While Juniors Tyron Criswell and Marqueze Coleman also scored in double figures with 12 and 10 points respectively.
The 2-8 Wolf Pack will look to snap their eight game losing streak as they host Marshall on Monday, tip-off is set for 7pm.