Fullerton Reaches New Depths


Cal State Fullerton center Winston Peterson got the ball near the top of the key . . . and lobbed the ball inside to nobody.

Titan forward David Frigout drove baseline . . . and right off his foot and out of bounds.

Starting to get the picture?

It was that kind of game for the Titans Thursday night in a 97-66 loss to Pacific in a Big West Conference game at the Spanos Center.

The Titans (4-14, 2-8) suffered their worst loss of the season, surpassing last Saturday’s 91-69 defeat at Long Beach State. The 97 points by Pacific (13-8, 7-3) was the most scored against the Titans this season.


“The most important thing is that we not carry this on into our next game (Saturday at San Jose State),” Fullerton Coach Brad Holland said.

The only bright spot for the Titans was forward Darren Little, who began on the bench because he missed two practices this week. Little responded with a season-high 23 points and didn’t challenge Holland’s decision.