Poly Playbook anchor Denzel Quarterman gets you up to speed with whats going on in Cal Poly sports.
Stifling defense and big shots when they counted led the Cal Poly men’s basketball team to its 16th consecutive home Big West Conference victory on Thursday night in the Mott Athletics Center.
The Mustangs, using 50 percent shooting from the field and going 8 for 19 from beyond the arc, shut down a potent Warriors team as Cal Poly ran away with a 77-65 victory inside the Mott Athletics Center.
The road hasn’t been kind to the Cal Poly men’s basketball team as of late. The Mustangs are coming off a four-game losing streak in their latest road swing, which featured two separate trips to the East Coast and a game with a Stanford team that knocked off then-No. 10 UCONN earlier in the season.
The Cal Poly men’s basketball team defeated Santa Clara on Saturday night 64-53 to move its home record to 14-1 in its last 15 games at Mott Athletics Center.
The Mustangs used a career-high 14 points from sophomore wing David Nwaba as 12 different Cal Poly players scored in a 78-39 rout of Bethesda inside Mott Athletics Center on Saturday afternoon.
The Cal Poly men’s basketball team dropped a 63-46 contest at Fresno State on Wednesday night, marking the Mustangs’ largest margin of defeat so far and their third straight loss.
Senior guard Kyle Odister scored a game-high 21 points off seven 3-pointers, but the Cal Poly men’s basketball team couldn’t hang late with No. 5 Arizona as the Mustangs dropped a 73-62 decision in their season opener in Tucson Friday night.
“I was very pleased with the intrasquad game,” head coach Joe Callero said. “The No. 1 thing in sports is competitiveness, and we want to be a highly competitive team.”
Photos by Ian Billings Mustang News Staff Report [follow id = “CPMustangSports”] Sophomore David Nwaba scored 12 points while sophomore Zach Gordon tallied 11 as the Green team defeated the Gold team 43-25 in a men’s basketball intrasquad exhibition game…