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Denver and LA Tech Share Men's Regular Season Title
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Denver 78, Louisiana Tech 54
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DENVER -(DU Media Relations) University of Denver junior forward Chris Udofia (Irving, Texas) scored 18 points and had five blocks, leading the Pioneers to a share of the WAC regular season championship and their 10th-straight win with a 78-54 rout of Louisiana Tech at Magness Arena on Saturday evening.

Denver (21-8, 16-2 WAC), which shares the WAC crown with the Bulldogs (26-5, 16-2 WAC), will now head to the conference tournament in Las Vegas with a 17-1 record since New Year's Eve and will open WAC Tournament play on Thursday at the Orleans Arena.

New Mexico State 69, UT Arlington 66
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LAS CRUCES, N.M.-(NMSU Media Relations) Senior forward Bandja Sy hit a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining in regulation to lead the New Mexico State men's basketball team to 69-66 win over UT Arlington on senior night. The Aggies (21-10, 14-4 WAC) finished the season with a 15-1 home record.

Sy finished his last regular season game in the Pan American Center with a game-high 19 points on 5-of-11 shooting. Sophomore guard K.C Ross-Miller added 12 points, and sophomore guard Daniel Mullings supplied 11. Senior forward Tyrone Watson did not play due to an ankle injury sustained in the game versus Louisiana Tech, March 7.

Utah State 71, UTSA 51
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LOGAN, Utah -(USU Media Relations) Sophomore forward Ben Clifford led four Aggies in double-figures with a career-high 21 points as Utah State men's basketball posted its 1,500th win in program history with a 71-51 Western Athletic Conference victory against UTSA Saturday at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in both team’s regular-season finale. With the win, USU becomes the 52nd team in NCAA history to win 1,500 games.

Utah State improves to 21-9 on the season and 11-7 in league play as it finishes its final season in the WAC tied for fourth-place with UT Arlington (17-12, 11-7 WAC). The Aggies will be the fifth-seed in next week's WAC Tournament and will face fourth-seeded UTA on Thursday, March 14 at 9:30 p.m. (MT) at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. UTSA falls to 8-21 overall and 3-14 in league play with the loss. USU sweeps the season-series with UTSA, winning in the first-ever meeting between the two teams, 71-67, on Dec. 29 at San Antonio.

Texas State 90, San Jose State 67
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SAN JOSE, Calif. -(AP) Joel Wright scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Texas State defeated San Jose State 90-67 on Saturday night.

Texas State (10-21, 5-13 Western Athletic) also got 15 points from Matt Staff and 12 points from Deonte' Jones, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Chris Cunningham led San Jose State (9-19, 3-14) with 17 points and seven rebounds.

David Andoh scored 12 points and LaVanne Pennington scored 10.

Idaho 76, Seattle U 72
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MOSCOW, Idaho –(UI Media Relations) Senior Night was for the seniors Saturday night as Kyle Barone and Mike McChristian powered the University of Idaho Vandals past Seattle University, 76-72, before a spirited crowd at the Cowan Spectrum.

After a disjointed first half, the Vandals came out in the second with a sense of defensive purpose that fueled a shooting display by McChristian and sophomore Connor Hill rarely seen. The barrage, ignited by Hill, began with the Vandals trailing 34-31 with 17:25 to go. By the time it ended, Hill had four 3s, McChristian had six and the Vandals were leading 62-50.

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