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Timely Plays Save San Diego State As Aztecs Shake Off Cal State Fullerton 66-56

Tray Priam fell sharply in the second half of the Aztec victory, but recovered and remained in the game. Photo courtesy of: Screenshots, TheMW.com

San Diego Tray Priam and Adam Seiko won 66-56 on Wednesday, defeating the nasty California State Fullerton team at the Viejas Arena.

SDSU (6-3) Without Lamont Butler, he played as well as Aguec Arop and Tahiro Diabate in the early stages of recovery from a broken wrist.

The Aztecs found early on that they had increased by 14 and reduced their leads to 10. The Titans (4-5) continued to eat until Tray Maddux Jr. hit a three-point, followed by a layup from Jalen Harris pulling them into one.

After the foul of Tray Priam, Harris drew the match 39 just below the 13th minute mark. However, San Diego began to withdraw as Adam Seiko came up with three three-pointers, including one of the 2:40 remaining to raise the team six.

Matt Bradley led all scorers with 22, Priam was 15 and Seiko was 11. Nathan Mencer added 6 points with 9 rebounds.

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