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The Cal Poly men’s basketball team suffered its worst conference loss since 2014 on Saturday night.
The Mustangs’ two turnovers were the least given up by a team in coach Joe Callero’s seven-year Cal Poly career.
Cal Poly led for over 80 percent of the game, but a late 3-pointer put CSUN on top.
Playing in their first home double overtime game since 1972, the Mustangs defeated LBSU 96-92.
The Mustangs held the lead with under a minute remaining, but couldn’t hang on as the Gauchos won 76-73.
Cal Poly handed Fresno State its second loss of the season on Saturday night.
IPFW hit a game winning bucket with three seconds remaining to secure the 75-73 victory.
There will be no madness this year.
In the second episode, Cal Poly begins Big West Conference play and faces rival UC Santa Barbara.
In 2015, it’s shaping up to be more of the same.
The forward was the sole Mustang awarded the honor.