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2009–10 Fresno State Bulldogs men's basketball
Fresno State wordmark.png
Conference Western Athletic Conference
2009–10 record 15–18 (7–9 WAC)
Head coach Steve Cleveland
Assistant coach Jeff Reinert
Home arena Save Mart Center
Seasons
2009–10 WAC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Utah State 14 2   .875     27 7   .794
Nevada 11 5   .688     21 13   .618
New Mexico State 11 5   .688     22 11   .667
Louisiana Tech 9 7   .563     24 11   .686
Fresno State 7 9   .438     15 18   .455
San Jose State 6 10   .375     14 17   .452
Idaho 6 10   .375     15 16   .484
Boise State 5 11   .313     15 17   .469
Hawaii 3 13   .188     10 20   .333
2010 WAC Tournament winner
As of March 22, 2010; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2009–10 Fresno State Bulldogs men's basketball team represented Fresno State University during the 2009–10 college basketball season. This was head coach Steve Cleveland's fifth season at Fresno State. The Bulldogs played their home games at the Save Mart Center and were members of the Western Athletic Conference. Fresno State finished the season 15–18, 7–9 in WAC play and lost in the quarterfinals of the 2010 WAC Men's Basketball Tournament to New Mexico State.

Pre-season[edit]

In the WAC preseason polls, released October 20 via media teleconference[1] Fresno State was selected to finish 6th in the coach's poll and 7th in the media poll. Sr. Sylvester Seay was selected to the coache's All-WAC second team.

2009–10 Team[edit]

Roster[edit]

Source[2]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Class Hometown Previous Team(s)
1 Mychal Ladd 6'5" 190 G So. Seattle, Washington Rainier Beach HS
2 Jonathan Wills 6'6" 180 G Jr. Carson, California Mayfair HS
New Mexico
3 Taylor Kelly 6'2" 220 G Fr. Bakersfield, California Centennial HS
11 Jerry Brown Jr. 6'7" 195 G
F
Fr. Richmond, California Sacred Heart
12 Steven Shepp 6'2" 170 G So. Woodbridge, Virginia C.D. Hylton HS
Allegany College of Maryland
15 Nedeljko Golubovic 6'8" 245 F Jr. Pljevlja, Serbia Findlay Prep (Las Vegas)
20 Garrett Johnson 6'5" 190 G
F
Fr. Pomona, California Diamond Ranch HS
22 Greg Smith 6'10" 250 C Fr. Fresno, California Westwind Academy
24 Paul George 6'8" 210 G
F
So. Palmdale, California Pete Knight HS
25 Justin Johnson 6'6" 205 F Fr. Phoenix, Arizona Brophy College Prep
30 Sylvester Seay 6'10" 235 F Sr. San Bernardino, California Winchendon School
Arizona State
32 Brandon Sperling 6'4" 180 G So. Fresno, California Buchanan HS
42 Brandon Webster 6'10" 275 C Jr. Bryan, Texas Bryan HS

Coaching Staff[edit]

Name Position Year at Fresno State Alma Mater (Year)
Steve Cleveland Head Coach 5th UC Irvine (1976)
Jeff Reinert Associate Head Coach 3rd Gonzaga (1985)
Senque Carey Assistant Coach 5th New Mexico (2004)
Lee Moon Assistant Coach 3rd UNC-Wilmington (2002)
Don Slade Director of Basketball Operations 3rd Fresno State (1973)

2009–10 schedule and results[edit]

Source[3]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (attendance)
city, state
Exhibition
Wed, Nov 4
8:00pm
Chico State W 78–67 
Save Mart Center (8,433)
Fresno, California
Regular Season
Fri, Nov 13*
7:00pm
San Francisco State W 65–59  1–0
Save Mart Center (8,213)
Fresno, California
Tue, Nov 17*
5:35pm, FSN Arizona
at Northern Arizona
West Coast Classic
W 65–59  2–0
J.C. Role Activity Center (1,123)
Flagstaff, Arizona
Thu, Nov 19*
7:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
at Seattle L 85–84  2–1
KeyArena (4,713)
Seattle, Washington
Mon, Nov 23*
7:00pm
San Diego State
West Coast Classic
L 62–58  2–2
Save Mart Center (8,041)
Fresno, California
Sat, Nov 28*
2:00pm
at Santa Clara
West Coast Classic
L 74–67  2–3
Leavey Center (1,332)
Santa Clara, California
Tue, Dec 1*
7:00pm
Pacific
West Coast Classic
L 70–58  2–4
Selland Arena (7,506)
Fresno, California
Sun, Dec 6*
4:00pm
San Diego W 69–37  3–4
Save Mart Center (7,558)
Fresno, California
Tue, Dec 8*
7:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
at Pepperdine W 80–72  4–4
Firestone Fieldhouse (962)
Malibu, California
Sat, Dec 12*
7:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
Brigham Young L 72–67  4–5
Save Mart Center (NA)
Fresno, California
Thu, Dec 17*
7:00pm
UC Davis W 68–57  5–5
Save Mart Center (7,541)
Fresno, California
Sat, Dec 19*
7:00pm
North Dakota State W 68–54  6–5
Save Mart Center (7,460)
Fresno, California
Mon, Dec 21*
6:00pm
at Montana L 59–56  6–6
Dahlberg Arena (2,726)
Missoula, Montana
Wed, Dec 23*
5:30pm, FSN Northwest
at Oregon State L 73–65  6–7
Gill Coliseum (4,167)
Corvallis, Oregon
Mon, Dec 28*
7:00pm
Colorado State W 73–50  7–7
Save Mart Center (7,425)
Fresno, California
Sat, Jan 2
7:00pm
Boise State W 71–68  8–7 (1–0)
Save Mart Center (7,983)
Fresno, California
Sat, Jan 9
7:00pm
Hawai'i W 78–64  9–7 (2–0)
Save Mart Center (8,193)
Fresno, California
Mon, Jan 11
7:00pm
San Jose State W 80–70  10–7 (3–0)
Save Mart Center (7,991)
Fresno, California
Thu, Jan 14
6:00pm, ESPN Plus
at Louisiana Tech L 81–73  10–8 (3–1)
Thomas Assembly Center (4,146)
Ruston, Louisiana
Sat, Jan 16
6:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
at New Mexico State L 86–77  10–9 (3–2)
Pan American Center (6,106)
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Thu, Jan 21
7:00pm, ESPN Plus
Utah State L 69–43  10–10 (3–3)
Save Mart Center (8,302)
Fresno, California
Sat, Jan 23
7:00pm
Nevada W 87–77  11–10 (4–3)
Save Mart Center (8,494)
Fresno, California
Thu, Jan 28
7:00pm
at Idaho L 74–59  11–11 (4–4)
Cowan Spectrum (1,301)
Moscow, Idaho
Sat, Jan 30
7:15pm
at Boise State L 65–49  11–12 (4–5)
Taco Bell Arena (5,019)
Boise, Idaho
Sat, Feb 6
10:00pm
at Hawai'i W 61–51  12–12 (5–5)
Stan Sheriff Center (5,456)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Thu, Feb 11
7:00pm
New Mexico State W 83–64  13–12 (6–5)
Save Mart Center (7,889)
Fresno, California
Sat, Feb 13
7:00pm
Idaho L 68–59  13–13 (6–6)
Save Mart Center (8,186)
Fresno, California
Wed, Feb 17
7:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
at Nevada L 74–70  13–14 (6–7)
Lawlor Events Center (5,479)
Reno, Nevada
Sat, Feb 20*
7:30pm
UC Santa Barbara L 64–60  13–15
Save Mart Center (7,959)
Fresno, California
Tue, Feb 23*
7:00pm
Cal State Bakersfield W 79–68  14–15
Save Mart Center (7,607)
Fresno, California
Sat, Feb 27
7:00pm, ESPNU
at San Jose State L 72–45  14–16 (6–8)
The Event Center (3,047)
San Jose, California
Mon, Mar 1
6:00pm, Bulldog Sports Network
at Utah State L 76–39  14–17 (6–9)
Smith Spectrum (10,257)
Logan, Utah
Thu, Mar 4
7:00pm
Louisiana Tech W 66–59  15–17 (7–9)
Save Mart Center (8,350)
Fresno, California
2010 WAC Men's Basketball Tournament
Thu, Mar 11
2:30pm
vs. Louisiana Tech
Quarterfinals
L 74–66  15–18
Lawlor Events Center (NA)
Reno, Nevada
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

References[edit]

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