Historic Wins Top Year

May 27, 2010

Fullerton, Calif. - Years from now, Cal State Fullerton's 2009-10 men's basketball season will likely be remembered more for its parts than the whole.

In between a historic win at UCLA in the Bruins' season opener and Gerard Anderson's ill-advised go-for-broke attempt in the NCAA's Slam-Dunk Contest, the Titans provided themselves and their fans many more memorable moments. From the dramatic to heart-breaking or frustrating, the memories are not likely to soon fade away.

The bottom line was a 16-15 record -- a winning season, the fifth in six years and the fifth of Coach Bob Burton's 7-year tenure that has made him the winningest Div. I coach in school history with 123 victories. The Titans tied for third place in the Big West Conference at 8-8 and had a knack for playing their best when the television cameras were turned on, going 6-1. Most of the games went down to the final few minutes and six required overtime. An inexplicable inability to win at home down the stretch -- they lost their last four home Big West games -- prevented a more successful outcome.

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Sat Oct 22
11:00 AM
Blue-Orange Scrimmage
at Cal State Fullerton
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Sat Nov 05
6:00 PM
St. Martin's
at Cal State Fullerton
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Fri Nov 11
7:00 PM
Caltech
at Cal State Fullerton
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Sun Nov 13
4:00 PM
Portland St.
at Cal State Fullerton
-2
Thu Nov 17
TBA
Cal State Fullerton
at Washington
Global Sports Classic
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