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2015-16 Game-by-Game

  Min Pts Off-Def Rebs Ast TO Blk Stl FG-Att 3FG-Att FT-Att PF
PITTSBURG ST (ex)                        
FORT HAYS ST (ex)                        
N COLORADO * 23  11  1-3  3-6  3-3  2-2 
vs Michigan St * 34  14  0-5  5-15  0-3  4-6 
vs Chaminade * 26  14  2-4  5-9  1-3  3-3 
vs UCLA * 31  16  0-5  4-7  0-2  8-9 
vs Vanderbilt * 34  10  0-5  4-13  0-1  2-3 
LOYOLA * 30  10  1-5  4-13  2-5  0-1 
HARVARD * 38  21  0-3  7-11  2-3  5-7 
HOLY CROSS * 27  13  0-3  5-6  2-2  1-1 
vs Oregon St * 38  18  0-2  5-8  0-1  8-12 
MONTANA * 23  1-1  2-5  1-1  2-3 
at San Diego St. * 30  12  2-2  5-12  2-3  0-0 
                       
                       

 

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