SACRAMENTO, CA – The growing pains continued for Idaho men’s basketball (4-14, 1-6 BSC) with a 69-48 loss at Sacramento State (8-8, 2-5 BSC) on Thursday night.
Idaho stayed close in the opening minutes, trailing 17-13 at the 10-minute mark. Sacramento State then went on a 13-point run to take a commanding lead. The Hornets would go into the half up, 37-19.
The Hornets maintained their lead throughout the second half, with the Vandals unable to get closer than 15 points. Sacramento State would go on to win, 69-48.
Trevon Allen struggled Thursday night on the road with a season-low 2 points, one assist, two rebounds, and three turnovers in 16 minutes of action.
Idaho shot 38.6 percent (17-of-44) from the floor and 37.5 percent (6-of-16) from beyond the arc. Sacramento State finished 27-of-52 (51.9%) from the field and 6-of-19 (31.6%) from range. The Vandals finished with 14 turnovers but had 10 in the first half.