College roundup: CCSF men’s basketball snaps 10-game winning streak

CCSF

City College of San Francisco’s men’s basketball team saw its 10-game winning streak snapped on Sunday, when it lost to Butte in the Delta Tournament. The Rams fell, 83-66, in their worst scoring night since their last defeat on Nov. 17. Eddie Stansbury netted a game-high 25 points in the contest. He’s averaging 13.2 points per game this season. CCSF (14-2) returns to action on Dec. 30 against De Anza.

SFSU

San Francisco State University’s men’s basketball team got back on track on Sunday by edging Cal State Monterey in a thriller. Brantley Bynum scored four points in the final minute to secure the Gators’ 84-82 win on the road. Bynum scored 20 points in the contest on seven shots. SFSU has a pair of games in 2017 remaining on the schedule. They’ll travel to Southern California to play UC San Diego on Friday next.

ART U

Academy of Art University men’s basketball team fell to 3-8 on Monday. The Urban Knights fell to Point Loma, 64-60. Cole Morgan scored 17 points.College Sports

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