Utah State Post-Game Notes

 

 
 

March 9, 2006

Recap |  Final Stats

RENO, Nev. -

• Utah State has now won four straight conference tournament games and improved to 27-21 all-time in conference tournaments, which includes a 12-14 record in quarterfinal match-ups.

• Utah State is now 12-3 all-time as the number two seed in a conference tournament and has won six straight tournament games when seeded second.

• Utah State has now won its last six games played at the Lawlor Events Center and improved to 14-8 all-time in the building.

• Utah State improved to 22-9 on neutral courts over the last seven years.

• Utah State shot a season-high 90.0 percent from the free throw line.

• The 11 steals by San Jose State is tied for the most by a USU opponent this year, along with New Mexico State who had 11 against Utah State on Feb. 2.

• Utah State's 17 turnovers is its second-most this season, while its four made three-pointers is tied for the third-fewest this year.

• Over the last seven years, Utah State is 14-2 in conference tournaments.

• Utah State is now 21-3 on the year and 149-17 over the last seven years when leading at the half.

• Utah State shot over 50 percent from the seventh time in the last 10 games and for the 16th time this year.

Nate Harris recorded his seventh double-double of the year and 12th of his career. It was also the 27th time this year and 75th time in his career he has scored in double-figures.

• With his 19 points, Nate Harris now has 1,421 career points and moved ahead of Jeff O. Anderson (1,406) and into 12th-place on USU's all-time scoring list.

Nate Harris has now won 95 games in his Utah State career, which is the most by a single-player in school history, passing Tony Brown who won 94 career games. Harris also tied Brown for seventh-place all-time at USU in career double-figure scoring game at 75.

 

 

Nate Harris has now played in 3,310 career minutes and moved ahead of Justin Jones (3,284) for seventh-place all-time in minutes played.

David Pak scored in double-figures for the seventh time this year and 12th time in his career.

Chaz Spicer scored in double-figures for the eighth time this year.

Jaycee Carroll scored in double-figures for 26th time this year and 50th time in his career.

• Utah State is now 12-3 on the year and 103-10 over the last seven years when scoring 70-plus points in a game.

• Utah State's 22 wins are tied for the ninth-most in school history, and USU has now won at least 22 games in each of the last seven years.

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