Nevada bounces back with 83-58 win over San Diego State
RENO, Nev. —
Jordan Caroline and Kendall Stephens combined for 47 of Nevada's 83 points as the Pack got their season back on track Saturday after a loss to UNLV on Wednesday.
Caroline led all scorers with 26 points and went 10-of-11 from the free throw line. He also had a double double with 11 rebounds.
Lindsey Drew nearly became the first Pack player to record a triple-double since 1979 in the win. Recording 12 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists.
Four players in total scored in double digits for the Pack, including Caleb Martin, which was a bit of a surprise. Nevada men's basketball coach Eric Musselman held an intense press conference on Wednesday after losing UNLV, saying that Caleb Martin was out indefinitely due to a ligament injury. The university later confirmed that Caleb had a Lisfranc sprain, an injury that could potentially hold him out for the rest of the season. However Caleb played recorded 10 points in 23 minutes of play today.
Nevada now hits the road for their next two games against Boise State and Utah State.