Spartans Host Nevada Friday for Senior Night

SAN JOSE, Calif. - The San José State men's basketball team (9-18, 2-12 Mountain West) will host Nevada (21-6, 8-5 Mountain West) on Friday night at 7 p.m. on FS1 and KTRB 860 AM. The Spartans will honor three players for senior night, Trey Anderson, Tibet Görener and Ryen Perry. Student manager Josh Cabahug and team photographer Ava Miles will also be recognized before the game. Click here to purchase tickets.

  • Myron (MJ) Amey Jr. is averaging 21.7 points per game over the last three contests as he scored 25 points against Air Force, 19 points versus Wyoming and 21 points at Boise State.
  • Amey Jr. led the Spartans in scoring and added three steals and two blocks against Boise State on Tuesday night.
  • Görener was the second-leading scorer as he produced 12 points off four 3-pointers.


  • The Spartans are 5-0 when shooting over 50 percent this season. The five opponents against whom they have shot over 50 percent are Bethesda, Norfolk State, New Orleans, Santa Clara and Air Force.
  • The Spartans are second in the Mountain West Conference in 3-pointers made per game at 8.63, behind only Air Force.
  • Alvaro Cardenas is tied for 28th in Division I and is sixth in the conference in assists per game at 5.5.
  • Adrame Diongue is third in the conference in blocks per game at 1.46. 


  • Görener is the Spartans’ all-time leader in 3-pointers made with 167.
  • Cardenas ranks sixth all-time for most career assists at SJSU with 343. Omari Moore is fifth with 429. 
  • T. Anderson ranks fourth in school history in 3-point percentage (among players who have played in at least 50 games and averaged one or more 3-point attempts per game). His career mark from beyond the arc is 41.4 percent, connecting on 123 of 297 attempts.
  • T. Anderson and Cardenas are both tied for seventh on the SJSU career 3-point leaderboard with 123 each. 


  • The Nevada Wolf Pack have won two games in a row with victories over UNLV and Wyoming.
  • The Spartans are 52-66 all-time against the Wolf Pack and 0-1 this season.
  • In the Spartans' loss at Nevada on Feb. 2, Cardenas led the Spartans with 14 points.

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