Charles Minlend registered 19 points, Jordan Ratinho set the career 3-point record and San Francisco topped Loyola Marymount 61-53 on Saturday.
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- 12/23W 71-69
- 12/30L 84-81
- 1/2L 69-58
- 1/4L 76-65
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- 1/11W 79-75
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Charles Minlend scored 19 points, Jimbo Lull added 13 with nine rebounds and San Francisco beat Pacific 79-75 on Saturday night.
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Charles Minlend scored a career-high 25 points, Josh Kunen had a double-double and San Francisco defeated Santa Clara 80-61 on Thursday night.
JoJo Walker had 19 points and six assists as Portland topped San Francisco 76-65 on Saturday night.
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Christian Juzang scored five of his 17 points in overtime, including a go-ahead jumper, and Harvard beat San Francisco 84-81 on Monday night to win its fifth straight.
Khalil Shabazz scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half, including a game-winner with 0.5 seconds left, as San Francisco edged past Fresno State 71-69 on Monday night.
Jamaree Bouyea had 19 points as San Francisco beat UC Davis 93-84 on Saturday. Charles Minlend, Josh Kunen and Jimbo Lull added 16 points apiece for the Dons. Minlend also had seven assists for the Dons, while Kunen posted seven rebounds and five...
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Jimbo Lull had 20 points and eight rebounds and San Francisco beat California 76-64 on Wedneday night.
Romello White scored 14 points including a pivotal short hook shot with 1:31 left, and Arizona State held on to beat San Francisco 71-67 on Tuesday night.
Drew Buggs had a career-high 25 points as Hawaii beat San Francisco 85-75 on Friday night. Eddie Stansberry added 21 points for the Rainbow Warriors.
Charles Minlend had 21 points as San Francisco won its seventh straight, defeating Hampton 89-73 on Tuesday.
Jamaree Bouyea had 15 points to lead five San Francisco players in double figures as the Dons topped Sam Houston State 90-81 on Saturday.
Charles Minland and Remu Raitanen each scored 19 points and San Francisco won its fifth straight game to start the season, beating CSU Bakersfield 100-70 on Tuesday night.
Jordan Ratinho had 15 points as San Francisco beat Southern Illinois 76-60 on Saturday night.
Jamaree Bouyea nailed a trey and followed with two free throws in overtime to help San Francisco to a 3-0 start, beating Yale 84-79 on Monday night.
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