The upgraded Leavey Center on the SCU campus is where the first shot will be taken on November 30th at 7PM.
Tickets are now on sale, and may be bought by calling 408-924-7689. Ticket prices are $9 for General Admission and $12 for Reserved seating.
Last years match up started out well for the Spartans, as they jumped out in front in front to a 30-9 lead.
SCU pulled even by a devastating three-point attack in the second half. SJSU led by a point with a minute left, but turned the ball over on poor ball handling.
SCU's Kyle Bailey then hit a three-pointer with 4 seconds remaining to give the Broncos the near buzzer beating win. Bailey returns as the Broncos leader this year.
A pre game gathering has been set up for the Rebounders and other Spartan Hoops fans, as well as a Spartan fan discount at the Stuft Pizza at 700 Bellomy (ph 408-296-1600).
Mention that you're backing the Spartans and receive 50% off your bill.
Don't miss this Thanksgiving weekend rivalry match up!
Here is an update on both SJSU and SCU mens hoops as of last night.
Last nights action brought the men of SCU another win on this early season.
SCU beat the kids from "over the hill" who traveled over highway 17 in UC-Santa Cruz 93-70.
The Broncos improved to 2-0 for their best start since 1994.
Brandon Rohe scored 22 points as the Santa Clara men defeated Division III UC-Santa Cruz 93-70 Monday night at Leavey Center.
Jim Howell had 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Cord Anderson had 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Broncos (2-0) opened with two victories for just the second time in seven years.
Chris Bazelton scored 14 points for Santa Cruz (0-3) in the team's first game against Santa Clara.
Santa Clara, which lost eight of its first nine games last season, is off to its best start since 1994, when the Broncos won their first three games.
Tonight, it's your San Jose State Spartans VS. MENLO COLLEGE, 7 p.m. at the Event Center.
The Spartans opened their season Saturday with a 76-68 loss at Washington State.
F Oudie Baker led SJSU with 24 points and 12 rebounds, but the Spartans missed 15 of 30 free-throw attempts.
G Mike Waters leads Menlo in scoring, averaging 22.5 points per game.
An NAIA school, Menlo beat Cal State-Hayward 91-73 on Saturday and lost to Willamette 86-83 in its opener Friday.
Most of SJSU's home games will tip off at 7 p.m. this season, a half-hour earlier than previous years. Radio: KSJS (90.5).