Dec. 22, 2000
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The Santa Clara men's basketball team returns home Saturday for only the second time this season when it faces Nevada in a 7:30 p.m. tipoff at the Leavey Center. Fans bringing a toy to donate underpriviledged children will receive one free ticket to the game.
The Broncos (4-6) will play its next five games at home, including next weekend's Cable Car Classic featuring Fordham, George Mason and Stanford. Santa Clara has played just one home game among its first 10 contests of the season, dropping a 64-51 decision to Fresno State on Dec. 13.
Nevada (7-2) will be the fourth Western Athletic Conference opponent for the Broncos this season. Santa Clara defeated San Jose State and has dropped games against Fresno State and Tulsa. The Wolf Pack is coming off wins over Saint Mary's (67-65) and Westminster (85-61) and will be off following the Santa Clara game until a Dec. 30 contest at Washington State.
Tickets will be available at the door. Few tickets remain for the Dec. 29-30 Cable Car Classic. Information and purchasing options are available by Clicking Here.