The Warriors snapped a two-game skid and won on the road as they defeated UC San Diego in a low scoring affair, 55-42, Saturday night.
Reggie Jones scored 12 points and Brett Sayad chipped in 10 to lead Cal State Stanislaus. The win is the Warriors' fourth straight over UC San Diego during the last two seasons. Cal State Stanislaus is now 13-9 overall and 9-9 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.
Frank Monge and Sayad each also pulled 12 rebounds. The 12-rebound total is the best in a single game by any Warriors since Jan. 7 (Jones had 14). It was also Monge's season best while Sayad tied his career best.
UC San Diego shot just 23.7 percent as the Tritons fell to 9-14 overall and 5-13 in the CCAA. The Tritons were led by James McCann and Mike Meza each with nine points.
Neither team shot well in the first half en route to a 20-20 score at the break. The Warriors were just 7-for-26 for 26.9 percent and UCSD made 19.4 percent of its shots (6 of 31). Stanislaus fared much better in the second half. After the Tritons scored the first four points to start the second half, the Warriors took over.
Dan Daviess scored the next five Stanislaus points and his three-pointer at 14:19 tied the game at 25 apiece and Stanislaus never looked back. The Warriors pulled away late and led by as many as 17 points.