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The Tritons have hit 265 three-pointers, the second-most in the country.

Big Week on the Road for No. 16 UC San Diego

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THE SCHEDULE
Game 22
No. 16 UC San Diego (17-4, 12-2) at RV Cal Poly Pomona (12-5, 10-5)
Thursday, February 7 • 7:30 p.m.
Kellogg Arena • Pomona, Calif.
Series Record: Cal Poly Pomona leads 27-15
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Game 23
No. 16 UC San Diego (17-4, 12-2) at Cal State San Bernardino (13-9, 9-7)
Saturday, February 9 • 3:00 p.m.
Coussoulis Arena • San Bernardino, Calif.
Series Record: Cal State San Bernardino leads 32-23
Live StatsLive Video • Tickets

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ABOUT UC SAN DIEGO
Roster | Schedule | Statistics
• Overall: 17-4
• CCAA: 12-2
• Home: 10-0
• Away: 5-3
• Neutral: 2-1
• Against Nationally-Ranked Teams: 1-1
• Streak: Won 1
• NABC National Ranking: 16
• D2SIDA National Ranking: 16
• D2SIDA West Region Ranking: 2
• CCAA Preseason Poll: 1

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ABOUT CAL POLY POMONA
Roster | Schedule | Statistics
• Overall: 12-5
• CCAA: 10-5
• Home: 5-2
• Away: 7-3
• Neutral: 0-0
• Streak: Won 5
• NABC National Ranking: Receiving Votes
• D2SIDA National Ranking: N/A
• D2SIDA West Region Ranking: 9
• CCAA Preseason Poll: 2

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ABOUT CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO
Roster | Schedule | Statistics
• Overall: 13-9
• CCAA: 9-7
• Home: 8-4
• Away: 4-5
• Neutral: 1-0
• Streak: Lost 1
• NABC National Ranking: N/A
• D2SIDA National Ranking: N/A
• D2SIDA West Region Ranking: N/A
• CCAA Preseason Poll: 5

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UC SAN DIEGO ROSTER BREAKDOWN
Starters Returning (4)
Christian Bayne (Sr., G, 6-2, 185)
Scott Everman (Jr., F, 6-7, 220)
Christian Oshita (Sr., G/F, 6-6, 210)
Eric Patton (Sr., F, 6-6, 210)

Starters Lost (1)
George Buaku (G, 6-3, 185)

Others Returning (5)
Chris Hansen (RJr., C, 6-7, 245)
Mikey Howell (RSo., G, 6-3, 165)
Ben Rico (RJr., G, 6-4, 180)
Tyrell Roberts (RFr., G, 5-11, 170)
Martin Tombe (So., F, 6-6, 209)

Others Lost (5)
Anthony Ballestero (G, 5-10, 175)
Kenny Fraser (F, 6-7, 200)
Kennedy Koehler (F, 6-7, 215)
Brett Oosdyke (F, 6-7, 215)
Michael Shoemaker (F, 6-8, 216)

Newcomers (7)
Gabe Hadley (So., G, 6-4, 200)
Jeremy Johnson (RJr., G, 6-3, 185)
Will Pallesi (Fr., G, 6-3, 180)
Connor Peterson (RJr., G, 6-2, 192)
Justin Pratt (Fr., G, 6-3, 190)
Kaden Rasheed (Fr., G, 6-1, 185)
Lunden Taylor (Fr., G, 6-3, 180)

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RECENT RESULTS REWIND
• 1/31/19: UC San Diego 73, Stanislaus State 56
• 1/26/19: Humboldt State 67, UC San Diego 65
• 1/24/19: UC San Diego 78, Chico State 57
• 1/19/19: UC San Diego 92, Cal State San Marcos 69
• 1/12/19: UC San Diego 87, Stanislaus State 70
• 1/5/19: UC San Diego 82, Cal State Dominguez Hills 52
• 1/3/19: Cal State LA 61, UC San Diego 55

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ALONE AGAIN
UC San Diego is back in sole possession of first place in the CCAA. The Tritons were tied with Cal State East Bay at 11-2, but the Pioneers have lost their last two games. UC San Diego is now 12-2 atop the standings and East Bay is 11-4 in second place. The two teams go head-to-head in the final week of the regular season as the Tritons host the Pioneers on March 2. 

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GABE's GAME
Gabe Hadley was on fire last week in the Tritons' win against Stanislaus State. He scored a career- and game-high 17 points and hit five (5-8) three-pointers, also a career-best. Hadley added three assists, two rebounds, and a steal, all coming in just 24 minutes of play.

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THREES-A-PLENTY
UC San Diego has made 265 three-pointers this season, the second-most in the nation (through 2/5). The team is also second in the country in threes/game (12.6) and sixth in three-point attempts (649). The Tritons have netted no less than seven in a game and have made 10 or more in 17 of 21 games. Their season-high is 19 against Cal State San Marcos on January 19, which matched a program best during its Division II era. The last time the team made no threes was way back on December 3, 2011 (0-8) and the last time it didn't hit multiple threes was February 22, 2013 (1-16).2. 

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WELCOME TO THE CLUB MR. HANSEN
Chris Hansen scored his 1,000th career point on January 19 against Cal State San Marcos at RIMAC Arena. Hansen entered the game with 991 points. He scored his first seven of the night on a layup, a three-pointer, and a pair of free throws. With 5:34 remaining in the first half, Hansen took a pass from Connor Peterson and launched another three that found nothing but net, putting him at 1,001 and making him the sixth Triton to eclipse 1,000 career points during the program's NCAA Division II era (since the 2000-01 season). Hansen finished his night with a game-high 19 points after going 6-for-8 overall, 5-for-5 from behind the arc, and 2-for-2 from the free throw line. He pulled down a game-best 10 rebounds to notch his eighth double-double of the season while also collecting three blocks and an assist in 21 minutes of play.

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BEVO FRANCIS AWARD
Chris Hansen was one of 100 standout players to be named to the season's first Bevo Francis Award Watch List in mid-January. The award is given annually to the best small college player in the country. The list will be cut to 50 on February 15 and then to 25 on March 15. Finalists will be announced on April 6 and the winner will be chosen on April 8. 

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A STAR IS BORN
Chris Hansen was named a Star of the Month for December by the San Diego Sports Association Tuesday. He averaged 14.7 points and 8.1 rebounds over seven games to lead UC San Diego to a 6-1 record and a No. 7 national ranking. He scored in double-digits in five games and recorded three double-doubles. Hansen made 50.7 percent (34-67) of his shots overall and 44.1 percent (15-34) from behind the three-point arc. For the month, he led the Tritons in scoring, rebounding, free throw percentage (83.3), and blocks (7). Hansen netted at least 20 points twice, including 27, two short of his career-high, at home against San Francisco State. In that game, he made 10 of 19 shots, which included six of nine from long range. Hansen grabbed 13 rebounds, also one shy of his career-best, against No. 20 Chaminade in Hawai'i. In addition, he established a new career-high with four assists vs. Western Oregon in Honolulu. It is the second time Hansen has won the honor as he earned it in December of 2016.

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EVERMAN, HANSEN NAMED TO ALL-TOURNEY TEAM IN HAWAI'I
Forward Scott Everman and center Chris Hansen were named to the D2 Power Invitational All-Tournament Team in mid-December. Over three games, Hansen averaged 16.3 points and 8.3 rebounds while shooting 54.5 percent (18-33). Against Chaminade, he recorded his fifth double-double of the season with 20 points and 13 boards (one short of his career high) and dished out a career-best four assists vs. Western Oregon. Everman averaged 15.3 points and 5.7 rebounds while making 56.3 percent (18-32) of his shots. His best outing came against Hawai'i Pacific when he netted a game- and season-high 23 points with seven threes.

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TRITONS CRACK TOP 10 IN BOTH NATIONAL POLLS
UC San Diego broke into the top 10 in both Division II national polls on December 4, coming in at No. 8 in the D2SIDA Media Poll and No. 10 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Poll. The Tritons' best NABC ranking since becoming an NCAA Division II program prior to the 2000-01 season is sixth in February of 2016.

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HANSEN NAMED CCAA PLAYER OF THE WEEK...AGAIN
For the second time in three weeks, Chris Hansen was named the CCAA Player of the Week on Nov. 27. Over two conference victories, Hansen averaged 25.5 points and 12.5 rebounds. He shot 59.3 percent (16-27) overall and 57.1 percent (8-14) from behind the three-point arc. Against Cal State San Bernardino, Hansen established new career-highs with 29 points and six three-pointers while adding 11 rebounds for a double-double. Four nights later vs. Chico State, the junior struck for another double-double with 22 points and a career-best 14 boards. He was 7-for-10 from the field and matched his career-high with three blocks. Hansen earned the season's first CCAA Player of the Week award on November 13. A Triton has won the honor every week this year as Christian Oshita picked up the accolade on November 20.

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IN THE 90's
UC San Diego has scored 90-plus points four times this season, netting 97 against both Western Washington (11/10) and Cal State San Bernardino (11/20), 96 against Saint Martin's (11/12), and 92 against Cal State San Marcos (1/19). If you're wondering, the program record for team points scored in a game is 146 vs. West Coast Christian back in 1979.

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OSHITA EARNS WEEKLY CONFERENCE AWARD
Following a week in which he averaged 27.5 points, Christian Oshita was named the CCAA Player of the Week on November 20. Oshita turned in a masterful performance in a win against Saint Martin's, scoring a career-high 35 points and netting a career-best nine three-pointers. He also set career marks in field goals made (13) and three-point field goals attempted (12). Oshita was 13-for-16 (81.3 percent) in overall shooting and 9-for-12 (75 percent) from behind the arc. He also added four rebounds, two assists, and a steal in 30 minutes of floor time. Two days later, Oshita had a 20-point outing at crosstown rival Point Loma. He again led all players in points while also grabbing five rebounds. For the week, Oshita topped the Tritons in points, points per game, field goal percentage (65.5), and three-point field goal percentage (63.2). He was second on the team in rebounds and rebounds per game (4.5).

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MOST POINTS IN OVER A DECADE
Christian Oshita's career-high 35 points against Saint Martin's on November 12 were the most scored by a Triton since Henry Patterson dropped 37 against Cal State Monterey Bay in January of 2008.

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AND THE NINE THREES?
Christian Oshita netted a career-high nine three-pointers on November 12 vs. Saint Martin's. The last time a Triton hit more from long range was back in March of 2007 when Robby Peters put in 13 against Cal State Monterey Bay. That baker's dozen stands as UC San Diego's all-time single game record.

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LIGHTS OUT AGAINST THE SAINTS
UC San Diego was on fire from the field against Saint Martin's on November 12. The Tritons shot 69.2 percent (18-26) from behind the three-point line, their best since February of 2008 when they hit 12 of 16, 75 percent, against Sonoma State. Overall vs. the Saints, UC San Diego was 35-for-52, 67.3 percent. That percentage was the team's best since February of 2007 when it made 31 of its 44 shots, 70.5 percent, against Sonoma State.

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HANSEN NUMBER TWO IN CAREER BLOCKS
With 61 blocks to his name, Chris Hansen sits at No. 2 on UC San Diego's Division II career list. He has work to do before moving up to the top spot as Justin Brue totaled 90 from 2009-13.

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BAYNE HITS 500
Christian Bayne entered the season with 498 career points. A three-pointer vs. Simon Fraser on November 9 pushed him past the 500 mark.

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DOUBLE-DOUBLE TALK
Chris Hansen (8)
• 1/19 vs. Cal State San Marcos (19p, 10r)
• 1/5 at Cal State Dominguez Hills (21p, 10r)
• 12/31 vs. Sonoma State (16p, 11r)
• 12/18 vs. Chaminade (20p, 13r)
• 12/6 vs. San Francisco State (27p, 11r)
• 11/24 vs. Chico State (22p, 14r)
• 11/20 vs. Cal State San Bernardino (29p, 11r)
• 11/9 vs. Simon Fraser (19p, 11r)

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HE'S BACK!
Chris Hansen had a stellar return to the court after missing the entire 2017-18 campaign. He was back in the lineup on November 9 for the first time after not playing since March of 2017 due to shoulder surgery. It didn't look like the 2017 All-CCAA First Team pick and 2016 CCAA Freshman of the Year had taken any time away as he recorded a double-double with 19 points and a game-best 11 rebounds in a win against Simon Fraser. He went 7-for-10 with two 3-pointers, an assist, and two steals. The next night, Hansen scored a game-high 26 points, one short of his career-high, in an upset of No. 14 Western Washington. The junior center went 11-for-14 with two 3-pointers while adding four rebounds and two blocks. Over the two victories, Hansen shot .750 en route to being named to the CCAA/GNAC Challenge All-Tournament Team. For a video feature on Hansen's return, click here.

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TRITON DEBUTS
Four Tritons played in their first game in the blue and gold November 9 against Simon Fraser including Gabe Hadley, Jeremy Johnson, Connor Peterson, and Tyrell Roberts. Kaden Rasheed made his collegiate debut on November 12 vs. Saint Martin's.

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OSHITA TO REDSHIRT
Christian Oshita will redshirt this year and return as a senior for the 2019-20 campaign. Prior to the first game of the season, Oshita suffered a shoulder injury in practice. After playing four games and averaging 19.5 points and 4.5 rebounds, he underwent surgery on December 26. 

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RIMAC RENOVATION
The Tritons are playing in an updated RIMAC Arena this season as it recently underwent its first significant renovation in its nearly 24-year existence (opened in January of 1995). The project has modernized the arena and improved training and competition facilities for student-athletes. In addition, the venue will provide fans with a first-class live event experience. The renovation included new retractable seating, modern glass railings, and a VIP skybox. The arena’s most noticeable new features are the addition of a 50-foot wide Daktronics digital video display and scoreboard as well as state-of-the-art courtside LED scorer’s tables. A new video production facility was also constructed.

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CCAA STANDINGS
(through 2/6)
UC San Diego, 12-2 (17-4)
Cal State East Bay, 11-4 (16-5)
Cal Poly Pomona, 10-5 (12-5)
Humboldt State, 9-6 (15-8)
San Francisco State, 9-6 (13-7)
Cal State Dominguez Hills, 8-6 (10-9)
Cal State San Bernardino, 9-7 (13-9)
Cal State LA, 8-7 (12-9)
Chico State, 6-9 (7-9)
Stanislaus State, 6-10 (9-11)
Sonoma State, 5-10 (7-12)
Cal State San Marcos, 2-12 (5-15)
Cal State Monterey Bay, 2-13 (2-18)

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UC SAN DIEGO IN THE NCAA STAT RANKINGS
(all games through 2/5)
2. Three-Pointers/Game: 12.6
2. Three-Pointers: 265
6. Three-Point Attempts: 649
14. Scoring Defense: 65.3
18. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 40.8
20. Scoring Margin: 12.6
26. Fouls/Game: 15.0
27. Assist/Turnover Ratio: 1.38
43. Free Throw Percentage: 75.5
43. Turnovers/Game: 11.5
45. Fewest Fouls: 316
47. Assists: 332
50. Field Goal Percentage Defense: 41.9

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TRITONS IN THE NCAA STAT RANKINGS
(all games through 2/5)
26. Chris Hansen, Double-Doubles: 8
33. Chris Hansen, Free Throw Percentage: 88.7
34. Mikey Howell, Assist/Turnover Ratio: 2.48
38. Chris Hansen, Field Goal Percentage: 56.9
41. Chris Hansen, Defensive Rebounds/Game: 6.29

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UC SAN DIEGO IN THE CCAA STAT RANKINGS
(league games through 2/6)
1. Scoring Offense: 78.0
1. Scoring Margin: 13.7
1. Three-Pointers/Game: 13.0
1. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 39.6
1. Free Throw Percentage: 78.5
1. Assists/Game: 16.57
1. Assist/Turnover Ratio: 1.34
2. Scoring Defense: 64.3
2. Field Goal Percentage: 47.0
3. Rebounding Defense: 32.4
3. Rebound Margin: 2.1
4. Field Goal Percentage Defense: 41.9
4. Blocks/Game: 3.07
5. Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Defense: 34.1
5. Turnovers/Game: 13.0
6. Rebounds/Game: 34.6
6. Turnover Margin: 0.64
6. Steals/Game: 6.79

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TRITONS IN THE CCAA STAT RANKINGS
(league games through 2/6)
1. Chris Hansen, Rebounding: 8.2
1. Chris Hansen, Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 53.4
1. Chris Hansen, Free Throw Percentage: 94.1
2. Gabe Hadley, Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 47.5
2. Tyrell Roberts, Three-Pointers/Game: 2.5
2. Mikey Howell, Assist/Turnover Ratio: 1.1
4. Christian Bayne, Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: 41.9
4. Mikey Howell, Assists/Game: 3.9
4. Chris Hansen, Blocks/Game: 1.4
5. Chris Hansen, Scoring: 14.9
10. Christian Bayne, Three-Pointers/Game: 2.2

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NABC NATIONAL POLL
(2/5)
1. Northwest Missouri State
2. St. Edward's
3. Bellarmine
4. USC Aiken
5. West Liberty
6. Indiana (Pa.)
7. West Texas A&M
8. Nova Southeastern
9. Findlay
10. Southern Nazarene
11. Queens
12. Colorado School of Mines
13. Point Loma
14. Morehouse
15. Ashland
16. UC San Diego
17. Saint Anselm
18. UNC Pembroke
19. Saint Martin's
20. Daemen
21. Lynn
22. Virginia State
23. Florida Southern
24. Northwest Nazarene
25. Davenport

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UC SAN DIEGO IN THE NABC NATIONAL POLL
• 2/5: 16
• 1/29: 19
• 1/22: 13
• 1/15: 13
• 1/8: 18
• 12/21: 14
• 12/11: 7
• 12/4: 10
• 11/27: 16
• 11/20: 19
• Preseason: 24

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D2SIDA NATIONAL POLL
(2/5)
1. Northwest Missouri State
2. St. Edward's
3. Bellarmine
4. USC Aiken
5. West Liberty
6. Indiana (Pa.)
7. Nova Southeastern
8. West Texas A&M
9. Point Loma
10. Queens
11. Findlay
12. Southern Nazarene
13. Daemen
14. Lynn
15. Colorado School of Mines
16. UC San Diego
17. Saint Anselm
T-18. Saint Martin's
T-18. Virginia State
20. UNC Pembroke
21. Davenport
22. Florida Southern
23. Ashland
24. Northern State
25. Northwest Nazarene

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UC SAN DIEGO IN THE D2SIDA NATIONAL POLL
• 2/5: 16
• 1/29: 19
• 1/22: T-15
• 1/15: 20
• 1/8: 23
• 12/21: 12
• 12/11: 6
• 12/4: 8
• 11/27: 9
• 11/20: 13
• 11/13: 15
• Preseason: 19

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D2SIDA WEST REGION POLL
(2/4)
1. Point Loma
2. UC San Diego
3. Saint Martin's
4. Northwest Nazarene
5. Concordia (Calif.)
6. Western Oregon
7. Chaminade
8. Cal State East Bay
9. Cal Poly Pomona
10. Seattle Pacific

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UC SAN DIEGO IN THE D2SIDA WEST REGION POLL
• 2/4: 2
• 1/28: 3
• 1/21: 3
• 1/14: T-2
• 1/7: 3
• 12/20: 2
• 12/10: 1
• 12/3: 1
• 11/26: 1
• 11/20: 2

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2018-19 CCAA PRESEASON POLL
1. UC San Diego, 141 points (9 first-place votes)
2. Cal Poly Pomona, 136 (4)
3. Chico State, 116
4. Stanislaus State, 114
5. Cal State San Bernardino, 84
6. Cal State LA, 80
7. Cal State San Marcos, 76
8. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 68
9. San Francisco State, 54
10. Sonoma State, 50
11. Cal State East Bay, 42
12. Humboldt State, 36
13. Cal State Monterey Bay, 17

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2017-18 UC SAN DIEGO REWIND
• Overall: 21-11
• CCAA: 15-7 (T-3rd)
• Home: 8-4
• Away: 10-4
• Neutral: 3-3
• Postseason: NCAA West Region Quarterfinalist

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2017-18 CCAA STANDINGS
1. Cal Poly Pomona*, 18-4 (22-7)
2. Chico State, 16-6 (20-8)
T-3. Cal State San Marcos, 15-7 (20-9)
T-3. UC San Diego%, 15-7 (21-11)
5. San Francisco State, 14-8 (19-10)
6. Stanislaus State, 12-10 (17-12)
7. Cal State San Bernardino, 11-11 (13-14)
8. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 10-12 (13-17)
9. Cal State LA, 9-13 (13-15)
10. Sonoma State, 8-14 (10-16)
T-11. Cal State East Bay, 6-16 (10-18)
T-11. Humboldt State, 6-16 (9-19)
13. Cal State Monterey Bay, 3-19 (4-22)
* regular season champion
% tournament champion

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HEAD COACH ERIC OLEN
Following nine seasons as an assistant coach with the UC San Diego men's basketball team, Eric Olen was named the program's 12th head coach on October 1, 2013. Over his five seasons at the helm, he has led the Tritons to a 103-47 (.687) overall record with a 72-34 (.679) mark in CCAA play. UC San Diego has won two CCAA Tournament titles and advanced to the NCAA postseason in 2016, 2017, and 2018 under Olen. The team has won over 20 games in each of the last three seasons. Olen joined the UC San Diego coaching staff as a second assistant for the 2004-05 season. Just one year later, he was promoted to first assistant. As a player at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Ala., Olen helped the Badgers to three-straight appearances in the NAIA National Tournament, including trips to the NAIA Elite Eight in 2000 and 2001. He graduated from Spring Hill in 2004 with a degree in finance. For Olen's complete bio, click here.

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BIG (WEST) NEWS FOR UC SAN DIEGO ATHLETICS
On November 27, 2017, UC San Diego was officially invited to become a member of the NCAA Division I Big West Conference. The Tritons begin a four-year reclassification period starting in the fall of 2020 and will play a full Big West schedule that season. During the transition, UC San Diego will be eligible for National Collegiate Championships in men's volleyball, men's and women's water polo, and men's and women's fencing. For the 2024-25 academic year, all sports will be eligible to compete in Big West and NCAA Division I Championships. Read the full press release here.

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GEAR UP
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FOR THE YOUNGER CROWD
Got some young Triton fans in your family? If they are eighth grade or under, check out the Junior Triton Club. Membership includes a free t-shirt, admission to over 100 UCSD home athletic events, and much more!

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UP NEXT
UC San Diego returns to La Jolla to host Cal State Dominguez Hills on February 14 and Cal State LA on February 16. Both conference games are slated to tip at 7:30 p.m.

About UC San Diego Athletics
With 30 national team championships, nearly 150 individual titles, and the top student-athlete graduation rate among Division II institutions in the United States, the UC San Diego intercollegiate athletics program annually ranks as one of the most successful in the country. The Tritons sponsor 23 intercollegiate sport programs that compete on the NCAA Division I and II levels and, in the summer of 2020, will transition into full Division I status as a member of the Big West Conference. UC San Diego student-athletes exemplify the academic ideals of one of the world's pre-eminent institutions, graduating at an average rate of 91 percent. A total of 80 Tritons have earned Academic All-America honors, while 36 have earned prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships. In competition, more than 1,300 UC San Diego student-athletes have earned All-America honors.

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