Another poor shooting performance from the Nevada Men's Basketball team cost them in a 70-54 loss to Utah State Tuesday Night.
The Wolf Pack shot 35 percent from the field including the starting backcourt of D.J. Fenner, Marqueze Coleman, and Michael Perez shooting a combined 3/27 for the game.
The Pack trailed 29-19 at the half, but opened the second half on a 7-2 run to cut the lead to 5. The Aggies answered with an 11-0 run of their own to make it a 42-26 game.
Nevada would again make another run and cut the lead to 50-45 after AJ West converted a three point play. However Utah State would again go on another run, this time 10-0 to open up a 15 point lead the pack couldn't recover from and lose their 3rd straight game.
West led Nevada with 18 points and nine rebounds, while Tyron Criswell added nine points off the bench.
Nevada will head to Fresno State for their next game on Saturday at 4pm.