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San Jose, Calif.---The Spartans came back from 19 down in the first half with the help of a career best 33 points by freshman D.J. Brown to end a five-game losing streak.
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D.J. Brown scored 33 points, the most ever by a San Jose State freshman, keying a 78-70 victory Monday night over CS Bakersfield.
Wil Carter added 14 points for the Spartans (7-13), who snapped a five-game skid. James Kinney and Calvin Douglas each had 10.
Adam Young led the Roadrunners (11-10) with 17 points. Issiah Grayson scored 14 points to go with seven assists and six rebounds...
Jan 23, 10:00 PM | The Event Center
CS Bakersfield Roadrunners vs San Jose State Spartans Odds
The Event Center features an NCAAB clash between the host San Jose State Spartans and the visiting CS Bakersfield Roadrunners in college hoops action on Monday.
San Jose State battles the Roadrunners, currently sitting with a 11-9 mark (0-0 ATS). The OVER...
The San Jose State football staff picked up another talented, yet relatively unknown, player when athlete Jimmy Pruitt visited the school last weekend and decided he wanted to study and play at SJSU. When you see the list of accomplishments this San Diego area star racked up, you'll see that Coach Mike MacIntyre landed yet another hidden gem.
Katie Buzzetta's three first-half goals, two of them on the power play, propelled #5-San Jose State to an 8-6 win over UC Davis in the Spartan Invitational.
Both basketball teams hit the road this week for two conference games. Head coaches George
lt;br />Nessman, and Tim La Kose talk about the week ahead and their teams.
The San Jose State women's tennis team will start their regular season this Tuesday, January
lt;br />24, when they take on the Roadrunners of CSU Bakersfield.
The San Jose State women's tennis team begins the 2012 campaign with a 6-1 win over Cal
lt;br />State Bakersfield.
It's exactly one week until National Letter of Intent Signing Day. San Jose State is now at 17 verbal commitments. They'll most likely add a few more before next Wednesday, and one may be this Central Valley big man.
The Fresno State women's basketball team looks to stay undefeated in the third week of Western Athletic Conference play. The Bulldogs host rival San Jose State on Thursday and Hawai'i on Saturday. Both games are at 7 p.m. and at the Save Mart Center.