The UCSB Men's basketball team lost to the SDSU Aztecs 68-51 at Cox Arena in San Diego. Chris Devine led the Gauchos with 18 points, while Jesse Byrd had 6 rebounds. Freshman center Greg Somogyi had a team-high 5 blocks despite playing only 15 minutes. Lorenzo Wade, Ryan Amoroso, and Kyle Spain led the Aztecs with 17, 13, and 11 points, respectively. SDSU also won the battle of the boards, 31 to 25.
Monday, December 22, 2008
San Diego State defeats UCSB 68-51
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UCSB loses to Weber State on the road 70-63
The UCSB Men's basketball team couldn't complete their comeback attempt and lost to Weber State 70-63 in a road game in Ogden, Utah. Chris Devine led the Gauchos with 17 points, while Jesse Byrd corralled a game-high 14 rebounds. Steve Panos led the Wildcats with 21 points.
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Labels: Chris Devine, Jesse Byrd, UCSB Gauchos basketball, Weber State
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
UCSB Breezes past LMU 81-61
The UCSB Men's basketball team won going away over LMU 81-61 in a home game at the Thunderdome. Senior forward Chris Devine, back after missing one game due to a sprained ankle, paced the Gauchos with 15 points while junior guard James Powell added 14 points. Junior forward Jesse Byrd again led the Gauchos on the boards with 9 rebounds. DJ Posley and Paul Roemer led the pass-happy Gauchos with 5 assists each. The Gauchos, now 5-4, have now won four of their last five games.
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Labels: assists, Chris Devine, DJ Posley, James Powell, Jesse Byrd, LMU, Paul Roemer, points, rebounds, UCSB Gauchos basketball
Saturday, December 6, 2008
UCSB Rebounds with Road Win against Utah Valley
The UCSB Men's basketball team closed out a 5-game road trip with a solid win over Utah Valley 62-57. With injured forward Chris Devine out of the lineup, Jesse Byrd picked up the slack with a double-double 13 points and 12 rebounds. Freshman guard Will Brew, Jr. had a break out game by adding 11 points in his first-ever start.
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Wednesday, December 3, 2008
UCSB loses to Illinois State 87-59
The UCSB Men's basketball team fell to the Illinois State 87-59 in the championship game of the World Vision Invitational, hosted by ISU in Normal, IL. Both teams entered the game sporting 2-0 records in the round-robin tournament. Champ Oguchi and tournament MVP Osiris Eldridge led a balanced Redbird attack with 18 points each. ISU torched UCSB's defense, shooting 62.5% from the field, 50% from 3-points. Jesse Byrd led the Gauchos with 17 points and 8 rebounds, followed by Chris Devine with 9 points, all in the first half, before injuring his ankle. Devine was held out the entire second half.
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Labels: Champ Oguchi, Chris Devine, Illinois State, Jesse Byrd, Osiris Eldridge, UCSB Gauchos basketball, World Vision
UCSB grinds out a win against Nicholls State
The UCSB Men's basketball team defeated Nicholls State 57-38 in a defensive struggle in the second round of the World Vision Invitational, hosted by Illinois State in Normal, IL. The Gauchos held Nicholls State to 30.8% shooting from the floor, 25% from 3-point land. James Powell led the Gauchos with 12 points, while Chris Devine pulled down 9 rebounds. DJ Posley, playing in front of family and friends from nearby Hazelcrest, IL, chipped in 9 points.
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Labels: Chris Devine, DJ Posley, Illinois State, James Powell, Nicholls State, UCSB Gauchos basketball, World Vision
UCSB defeats Winston-Salem 71-58
The UCSB Men's Basketball team defeated Winston-Salem 71-58 in the World Vision Invitational, hosted by Illinois State University in Normal, IL. Chris Devine had a double-double and led the Gauchos with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Paul Roemer chipped in 11 points.
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Labels: Chris Devine, Illinois State, Paul Roemer, UCSB Gauchos basketball, Winston-Salem, World Vision
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