Missing four starters for a variety of reasons, New Mexico turned to Zane Martin and Corey Manigault, who combined for 41 points Tuesday to help the Lobos beat San Jose State 86-59.
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- 11/6W 79-71
- 11/10L 72-57
- 11/1419L 87-39
- 11/17SIMW 85-60
- 11/20W 83-76
- 11/23L 91-76
- 11/27L 83-48
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- 12/425L 71-59
- 12/8L 59-57
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- 12/22L 80-65
- 12/28W 83-68
- 1/1W 88-85
- 1/4L 79-64
- 1/8W 70-68
- 1/11L 81-70
- 1/15L 98-87
- 1/21L 86-59
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Marvin Coleman led a balanced attack with 17 points and Cheikh Mbacke Dion had a double-double and UNLV raced past San Jose State 98-87 on Wednesday night.
- SJ St. top scorer Clarke transfers to Gonzaga
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- San Jose State coach Wojcik resigns from post
- SJSU scoring leader Muhammad joins Canes
Isaiah Stevens and David Roddy scored 21 points apiece as Colorado State beat San Jose State 81-70 on Saturday.
Seneca Knight scored a career-high 28 points, Sam Japhet-Mathias made two free throws with 13.9 seconds left and San Jose State held on to knock Nevada out of the Mountain West Conference unbeaten ranks 70-68 Wednesday night.
New Williams scored a career-high 32 points and Orlando Robinson had a double-double as Fresno State topped San Jose State 79-64 on Saturday.
Richard Washington scored 25 points and his seventh 3-pointer gave San Jose State the lead with 5.8 seconds left and the Spartans pulled out an 88-85 upset of New Mexico on Wednesday night.
Brae Ivey had a career-high 23 points as San Jose State ended its eight-game losing streak, defeating Pepperdine 83-68 on Saturday night.
Arinze Chidom scored 17 points and Dikymbe Martin scored 15 and UC Riverside beat San Jose State 80-65 on Sunday.
Guglielmo Caruso scored 25 points to lead five players in double figures as Santa Clara held on to beat San Jose State 89-84 on Wednesday night.
Oscar da Silva scored 25 points, one shy of his career high, and had eight rebounds in helping Stanford beat San Jose State 78-58 on Saturday.
Malachi Flynn hit a 3-pointer with nine-tenths of a second left to give cold-shooting San Diego State a thrilling 59-57 victory over San Jose State on Sunday for the Aztecs' first 10-0 start in nine seasons.
Justin Bean had 18 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 25 Utah State bounced back from its first loss of the season by beating San Jose State 71-59 on Wednesday night in the Mountain West Conference opener.
Freshman Jaime Jaquez Jr. scored a career-high 18 points in his second start as UCLA returned home from a disappointing trip to Maui to earn a 93-64 victory Sunday night over San Jose State.
Ethan Thompson scored 17 points to lead Oregon State to an 83-46 victory over San Jose State in the Las Vegas Invitational on Wednesday night.
Matt Hauser had a career-high 24 points as Portland State beat San Jose State 91-76 on Saturday night.
Seneca Knight scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds as San Jose State beat Grambling State 83-76 on Wednesday night.
Seneca Knight had 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting, Zach Chappell added 14 points, and San Jose State beat NAIA Simpson University 85-60 on Sunday.
Zeke Nnaji scored 26 points, made all eight of his shots and grabbed 11 rebounds, helping No. 19 Arizona trounce San Jose State 87-39 on Thursday night.
JoJo Walker scored 22 points and Isaiah White added 17 and Portland beat San Jose State 72-57 on Sunday.
The North Carolina freshman scored 34 in a memorable opener, and the Cavaliers relied on their trademark D. Will Kansas make adjustments on Friday?
Rich Washington scored 23 points and Craig LeCesne had a double-double as San Jose State topped Hofstra 79-71 in a season opener on Wednesday night.
Chris Joyce had a career-high 20 points as Air Force easily beat San Jose State 87-56 in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on Wednesday.
Senior Deshon Taylor scored a career-high 37 points, Braxton Huggins scored a career-high 34 and Fresno State set a Mountain West Conference record with 23 3-pointers for a 121-81 win over San Jose State on Saturday.
Justin James had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Wyoming topped San Jose State 81-71 on Wednesday night. Jake Hendricks added 20 points for the Cowboys.
Jeremy Hemsley scored 15 points, Nathan Mensah had 13 points and 11 rebounds, and Jalen McDaniels added 13 points to lead San Diego State to an 84-56 victory over San Jose State on Saturday night.