|UTSA||K Burrage 17.1||J Hill 6.3||M Hale III 3.8|
|San Jose State||J Kinney 20.6||C Cunningham 9.0||D Brown 3.7|
San Jose State takes on Texas-San Antonio in the first round of the WAC Tournament at Orleans Arena on Tuesday. Tipoff occurs at 11:30 p.m. EST. The Spartans beat the Roadrunners 80-67 on Dec. 31 and are 2-1 against them over the last four years.
In their last outing, despite 17 points and seven rebounds from Chris Cunningham, the Spartans fell to Texas State 90-67 on Mar. 9. On top of a team-high 9.0 rebounds per game, he also scores 10.6 points per game. For the Roadrunners, Michael Hale III finished with 21 points in the 71-51 loss to Utah State on Mar. 9. With 3.8 assists per game and 1.5 steals per game, he has team-best marks in both categories.
Texas-San Antonio StatSmack
- The San Jose State rebounding leader (Chris Cunningham, 246 rebounds) has more rebounds than the Texas-San Antonio rebounding leader (Jeromie Hill, 137 rebounds).
- San Jose State has a stronger schedule than Texas-San Antonio this season (SOS Rank: No. 132 vs. No. 224).
- San Jose State attacks the glass, with more rebounds (37.0 per game vs. 31.5 per game) than Texas-San Antonio this season.
- You'll do better on next semester's exams, right? San Jose State currently has a higher Academic Progress Rate (935 to 927) than Texas-San Antonio, per the NCAA.
- Since 1998, San Jose State has recruited more Top 50 high school players than Texas-San Antonio (one vs. zero).
- San Jose State is better at defending the three (32.5 percent allowed vs. 37.1 percent allowed) than Texas-San Antonio this season.
- Chris Cunningham is ranked 2nd in the WAC in rebounds.
- Alex Brown is ranked 5th in the WAC in blocks.
- Boom! San Jose State crushed Texas-San Antonio by 13 points the last time they played (Dec 31, 2012).
- The San Jose State assist leader (D.J. Brown, 102 assists) has more assists than the Texas-San Antonio assist leader (Michael Hale III, 98 assists).
|C+||M. Hale III||36||16||3||4||2||0||3|