Wolf Pack Men Crushed at Boise State
Nevada is now 18-11 (10-7 MW) after falling 76-57 at Boise State (20-10, 11-6 MW) in a battle for third place in the Mountain West standings at Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho.
· Nevada is now 18-11 (10-7 MW) after falling 76-57 at Boise State (20-10, 11-6 MW) in a battle for third place in the Mountain West standings at Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho.
· Nevada hosts New Mexico (16-14, 9-8 MW) on Saturday for Senior Night at 7 p.m. Wolf Pack seniors Marqueze Coleman, Tyron Criswell and Lucas Stivrins will be honored prior to tipoff.
· Criswell and sophomore guard Eric Cooper, Jr. each had 11 points to lead the Pack in scoring.
· Cooper has scored in double figures in seven of the last eight road games.
· It was the fifth time Criswell led the Pack in scoring this season and fourth time for Cooper.
· Freshman guard Lindsey Drew topped the team in rebounding for the fourth time finishing with eight.
· Freshman forward Cameron Oliver was the third Nevada player in double figures with 10 points.
· Oliver had one block and now has a block in 27-of-29 games this season.
· Nevada played without senior Marqueze Coleman for the second consecutive game as he is recovering from an ankle injury. Coleman averages a team leading 17 points per game.
· Junior guard D.J. Fenner had his six game double figure scoring streak snapped after he netted eight tonight.
· Junior forward Kaileb Rodriguez scored six points. The six points is a season high and tied his career high.
· Nevada is 5-9 in road games and 4-5 in MW road contests. The Pack is 2-0 in neutral site games for an overall mark of 7-9 away from Reno.