Görener Ties 3-Point Record in Spartans' Loss at Nevada


RENO, Nev. - Tibet Görener made his 161st career 3-pointer for the San José State men's basketball team (8-14, 1-8 MW) on Friday night, tying Ryan Welage (2015-18) for the most made shots from beyond the arc in San José State history. The Spartans fell to Nevada (17-5, 4-4 MW), 90-60.

  • Görener also became the all-time leader in 3-point attempts with 475, breaking Tim Pierce's (2007-09) record of 471.
  • Alvaro Cardenas led the Spartans with 14 points.
  • Trey Anderson, Myron (MJ) Amey Jr. and Latrell Davis joined Cardenas in double figures as they produced 11, 10, and 10 points, respectively.
  • For Davis, it was the freshman's first-ever double digit performance in a conference game.
  • Christian Wise recorded a career-high two blocks.
  • Adrame Diongue led the Spartans with six rebounds.

UP NEXT: The Spartans will return home to battle Fresno State inside the Provident Credit Union Event Center on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Bay Area and KTRB 860 AM.

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