Broncos Get Back on Track With Win Over San Jose State

After a tough six point loss on the road to the Nevada Wolf Pack, the Broncos returned home to face the Spartans of San Jose.

As pre-game introductions were underway, there was one key change in the lineup. Sophomore Alex Hobbs would get the start over fellow sophomore Justinian Jessup.

The Broncos started the contest going 1-8 from behind the arc.

The Broncos would find their poise towards the end of the first half. After a Christian Sengfelder three pointer, the Broncos exited the first half on an 18-7 run. They would never look back.

Lead by Christian Sengfelder, who had a career night with 31 total points, the Broncos would outscore the Spartans 47-37 in the second half.

Final: Boise State 94 San Jose State 71 

Key Stats vs. San Jose

The story of the night may just have been Christian Sengfelder’s offensive production. The senior graduate transfer had a career high 31 points, was 5-6 from behind the arc, and nabbed 8 boards.

Senior leader Chandler Hutchison, coming off a 27 point scoring night against the Wolf Pack, had only 4 points in the first half of the San Jose game. Hutchison finished the game with 19 points.

Boise State’s single-game three-point record is 20. Against the Spartans, the Broncos made 18. This stat is officially ranked number 2 in program history.


About Darrek Harris

Darrek Harris
Darrek was born and raised in Boise, ID. Currently, he has an associates degree in English from the College of Western Idaho. He plans to pursue a bachelors degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing. He enjoys sports in many fashions: playing, cheering, and coaching. Bleed Blue, Go Broncos, Amen!

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