— Omari Moore threw down a dunk with 4 seconds remaining, finishing with a career-high 28 points, to send San Jose State past Northern Colorado 75-74 on Tuesday night.
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— Timmy Allen was an all Pac-12 first-team forward at Utah last season. He has not become self-satisfied or complacent at Texas, and wants to expand his range.
— Freshman Harrison Ingram scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for his first career double-double and senior Jaidan Delaire came off the bench to score 19 and spark Stanford to a 76-62 victory over San Jose State in nonconference play Monday night.
— Trey Smith's fadeaway jumper from 13 feet at the buzzer gave San Jose State a 78-76 season-opening win against Cal State Fullerton on Thursday night.
San Jose State Spartans, men's basketball star Richard Washington are hopeful they can overturn the NCAA's season-long suspension at an appeals hearing next week.
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San Jose State has hired former Nebraska coach Tim Miles to take over the Spartans' struggling program.
— Graham Ike had a season-high 32 points as eighth-seeded Wyoming easily beat ninth-seeded San Jose State 111-80 in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on...
— Bryce Hamilton scored 17 points with 12 rebounds and his basket through contact with under a minute to go helped UNLV narrowly defeated San Jose State 67-64 on Sunday.
— Bryce Hamilton had 18 points and eight rebounds as UNLV topped San Jose State 76-60 on Friday night.
— Jordan Schakel had 24 points as San Diego State rolled past San Jose State 77-55 on Wednesday night.
— Jordan Schakel scored 23 points, hitting four 3-pointers and making all nine of his free throws and San Diego State rolled to an 85-54 win over San Jose State on Monday night.
— Ralph Agee had 22 points plus 14 rebounds as San Jose State got past Air Force 75-62 on Saturday at Ability 360 Sports and Fitness Center. Trey Smith added 21 points for the Spartans.
— Ralph Agee posted 15 points, including the winning basket, as San Jose State narrowly defeated Air Force 59-58 on Thursday night.
— Sebastian Mendoza, Jalen Dalcourt, Ralph Agee and Trey Smith scored 16 points apiece and San Jose State defeated New Mexico 83-71 on Saturday.
— Makuach Maluach had a season-high 25 points as New Mexico defeated San Jose State 67-51 on Thursday.
— Isaiah Stevens and Adam Thistlewood scored 16 points apiece and Colorado State romped past San Jose State 88-61 on Saturday.
— Deon Stroud had a career-high 22 points as Fresno State got past San Jose State 80-65 on Sunday.
— Orlando Robinson had 23 points and 14 rebounds as Fresno State topped San Jose State 79-64 on Friday night.
— Derrick Alston Jr. scored 20 points with 10 rebounds, Abu Kigab scored the winning putback with 14 seconds left and Boise State stretched its win streak to eight games, edging past San Jose State 87-86 on Saturday.
— Derrick Alston Jr. had 23 points as Boise State won its seventh straight game, rolling past San Jose State 106-54 on Thursday night.
— Rollie Worster had 15 points as Utah State easily defeated San Jose State 85-52 on Wednesday night. Brock Miller added 12 points for the Aggies, and Sean Bairstow chipped in 11 points.
— Justin Bean recorded 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead Utah State to a 107-62 win over San Jose State on Monday night in a Mountain West Conference opener.