Nevada's 5th game away from Lawlor Events Center in the young College Basketball season did not go their way as they lost to Cal State Fullerton Saturday Evening 75-66, dropping their season record to (4-2).
Nevada held a slim one point lead at the half but were out scored 46-36 in the second half, to go with a season high, 19 turnovers to drop their second game in the last two season for the Titans.
Eric Cooper Jr. led Nevada with 19 points, while Tyron Criswell was the only other Nevada player in double figures with 11 points.
The Wolf Pack return to Lawlor Events Center on Monday to play Holy Names, a Division II team from Oakland, CA. It will also be Nike N7 Night where the Wolf Pack will where their turquoise uniforms in honor of Native American Month.