Titans beat Sacramento State for their fourth Win


Cal State Fullerton held on to defeat Sacramento State 62-60 Saturday on the road behind a career-high 23 points from DJ Brewton. The win was the Titans’ fourth in a row and improved their record to 6-4 on the season.

Brewton scored 23 points on 9-of-17 shooting to go along with five rebounds and one block in 35 minutes of action. Max Jones added eight points and four steals, while Tory San Antonio also had eight points in his first game back from injury this season.

As a team, Fullerton recorded a 47% shooting clip, including 62.5% in the first half, while holding the Hornets to 39% shooting for the game.

For the second game in a row, Brewton scored timely baskets to allow the Titans to hold on for the win. After leading by 14 at halftime, Fullerton saw its lead cut to three before Brewton’s basket made it 53-48 for the Titans with 6:16 left.

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Then, with 2:48 left, Sac State cut Fullerton’s lead to one point before Brewton again knocked down a jumper to bring the score to 59-56 for the Titans. The Hornets tied things at 60 with 41 seconds left, but Brewton got to the line and knocked down 1-of-2 to give Fullerton the lead back as the Titans held on for a 62-60 win.

Fullerton dominated the first half, as San Antonio hit a pair of jumpers, Jones added a three, and Brewton completed a three-point play to cap a 13-0 run and put the Titans up 19-7. San Antonio scores low, Grayson Carper hits a three, and Brewton scores before the half to give Fullerton a 41-27 lead at the break.

The Titans saw their lead dwindle in the second half, as Sac State used a 15-4 run to make it 45-42 in Fullerton’s favor midway through the period. The Hornets kept things close throughout, but the Titans never relinquished their lead as they held on for a 62-60 road win.

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Next, Fullerton will take a week off for final exams before traveling to Idaho to take on Boise State on Sunday, December 17. Tip-off is set for 1:00 pm PT/2:00 pm MT.

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