Manhattan Jaspers lose to Arizona, one of the top teams in the country

The Manhattan Jaspers lost to one of the top teams in the country, 15th ranked Arizona, out in Tucson.

This was the Jaspers first game in 12 days after taking a break for final exams. Manhattan coach Bobby Gonzalez was not happy as Arizona took a 20-point lead early in the game. Jaspers freshman Arturo Dubois led the team in scoring, however it wasnt enough to help the team win. C.J. Anderson scored a team high of 22 as well.

Manhattan allowed Arizona to score in triple digits for the first time since 1990 with a final score of 105-75. The game was the worst loss in six years for the Jaspers under Gonzalez.

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