Last Saturday, Stanislaus State Warriors men’s basketball team played against Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros at 7:30 PM PST on the Fitzpatrick Arena.

 

The first half ended with the Warriors maintaining an eight point lead with the score of 46-38.

 

Eventually, the Warriors will go on to lose the game to the Toros with the final score of 75-82.

 

Head Coach, Paul Trevor, shared his thoughts about the loss. “They scored a lot of points in the first half. They hurt us with a three.” 

 

“I think in the second half, we dug ourselves a hole which we tried to climb out and took so much energy to get out of the hole that we never got out of it,” Trevor added. 

 

Forward Vida Faniel (senior, Sociology) shared his thoughts about scoring 17 points. “Those 17 points don’t really matter. We lost, so it doesn’t matter.”

 

Faniel added, “We just got to improve on our defense, communicating, and executing the offense.” 

 

Ty Davis (senior, Communication Studies) shared his thoughts about the loss. “We just aren’t playing hard enough. They [opposing team] are hard on us. They hit tougher shots, but we will get together and win Friday.”

 

Red-Shirt Point Guard Jorge Cedano (freshman, Undeclared) shared what the team should improve for the next game. “I feel like we just need to learn how to execute and get through as a team.”

 

“We need to run them off the three-point line a lot more than we did,” Cedano said. 

 

The Warriors will play the Concordia-Portland Cavaliers on Friday, November 29th, 2019 at San Francisco at 5:30 PM PST.

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