Jimbo Lull had 20 points and eight rebounds and San Francisco beat California 76-64 on Wedneday night.
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- 11/16W 76-60
- 11/19W 100-70
- 11/23W 90-81
- 11/26W 89-73
- 11/29L 85-75
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Romello White scored 14 points including a pivotal short hook shot with 1:31 left, and Arizona State held on to beat San Francisco 71-67 on Tuesday night.
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Drew Buggs had a career-high 25 points as Hawaii beat San Francisco 85-75 on Friday night. Eddie Stansberry added 21 points for the Rainbow Warriors.
Charles Minlend had 21 points as San Francisco won its seventh straight, defeating Hampton 89-73 on Tuesday.
Jamaree Bouyea had 15 points to lead five San Francisco players in double figures as the Dons topped Sam Houston State 90-81 on Saturday.
Charles Minland and Remu Raitanen each scored 19 points and San Francisco won its fifth straight game to start the season, beating CSU Bakersfield 100-70 on Tuesday night.
Jordan Ratinho had 15 points as San Francisco beat Southern Illinois 76-60 on Saturday night.
Jamaree Bouyea nailed a trey and followed with two free throws in overtime to help San Francisco to a 3-0 start, beating Yale 84-79 on Monday night.
Jamaree Bouyea had 19 points as San Francisco topped Princeton 82-72 on Saturday night.
Khalil Shabazz had 15 points off the bench to lift San Francisco to a 101-50 win over Sonoma State on Tuesday night.
With the coaching carousel finally at rest (we think), here's the toughest task for each of the 59 new Division I bosses.
The University of San Francisco promoted associate coach Todd Golden to head coach after Kyle Smith left to become head coach at Washington State.
Washington State has hired San Francisco's Kyle Smith as its new men's basketball head coach.
Washington State is negotiating a deal with San Francisco's Kyle Smith to make him its next men's basketball head coach, sources told ESPN.
Colbey Ross had 26 points as Pepperdine topped San Francisco 89-72 in the quarterfinals of the West Coast Conference Tourney on Saturday night.
James Batemon had 19 points as Loyola Marymount narrowly beat San Francisco 74-69 on Saturday.
Isaiah Pineiro scored nine of his 28 points in overtime and San Diego edged past San Francisco 91-90 on Thursday night. Isaiah Wright added 24 points for the Toreros.
Josip Vrankic had 20 points as Santa Clara narrowly defeated San Francisco 68-65 on Saturday night.
Frankie Ferrari had a career-high 23 points as San Francisco defeated BYU 77-71 on Thursday night.
Frankie Ferrari scored 20 points, Charles Minlend made two 3-pointers in overtime and San Francisco beat Portland 68-63 on Saturday night for its third straight win.
Jordan Ratinho had a career-high 29 points as San Francisco topped Pepperdine 89-77 on Thursday night.
Jimbo Lull posted 16 points and nine rebounds as San Francisco topped Santa Clara 78-72 on Saturday night.
Brandon Clarke had 20 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks as No. 4 Gonzaga beat San Francisco 92-62 on Thursday night for its 13th consecutive victory.
Malik Fitts scored a career-high 30 points, Jordan Ford added 26 points and Saint Mary's held off a late rally to beat San Francisco 86-80 on Saturday.
Isaiah Pineiro had 22 points and 13 rebounds, including 14 points in a 27-7 run that helped the San Diego Toreros stun the San Francisco Dons 67-63 Saturday night.
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