Men's Basketball Plays Sunday Afternoon Home Tilt Against Sonoma State

Men's Basketball Plays Sunday Afternoon Home Tilt Against Sonoma State

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - In the midst of three contests in seven days and a seven-game homestand, Santa Clara men's basketball faces Sonoma State on Sunday.

Tipoff between the Broncos and Seawolves (5-4) is set for 2 p.m. in Leavey Center.

After logging its two best offensive showings of the season and then a break for finals, the Broncos (3-6) struggled down the stretch on Friday, falling 68-66 to Idaho State, which tallied 11 of the final 13 points. Kelvin Jones posted a career-high 20 points, including 14 in the second half, for the Bengals. Tahj Eaddy posted 17 points to lead four players in double figures for the Broncos who had won three of their previous four outings.

• Injuries continue to plague the Broncos, who have had four players miss games this season, including three who remain on the shelf. Two-time All-West Coast Conference guard KJ Feagin (hand) and Fallou Ndoye (foot) are out of action indefinitely, and Juan Ducasse (knee) is done for the season.
• After averaging 64.0 points over the first six games, the Broncos have produced a season-best 81 in each of the last two outings.
Tahj Eaddy is the team's leading scorer (15.1 ppg), Josip Vrankic is second (13.1) on 52.9-percent shooting from the floor and Trey Wertz (11.8) ranks third in scoring. Josh Martin is the leading rebounder at 9.0 per contest, which ranks second in the West Coast Conference.
• Wertz is averaging 22.0 points in the last three contests, including posting a career-high 33 against Jackson State (Nov. 29) ... Martin is averaging 13.7 rebounds over the last three games.



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The Broncos are in their 112th year of existence, including third under Herb Sendek, who has been successful in each of his three previous head-coaching stops. With a resume that includes 18 postseason appearances and three conference coach of the year awards, Sendek, was one of the three youngest coaches with 400 or more career victories. He is in his 25th season as a collegiate head coach with stops at Arizona State, North Carolina State and Miami (Ohio).

• Guard KJ Feagin, and forwards Henrik Jadersten and Josip Vrankic are the only returning rotational players. Feagin, a three-year starter, is a two-time All-West Coast Conference selection who averaged 17.5 points per game (fifth in the league) and 4.0 assists pg (ninth in the league) in 2017-18. Jadersten, a senior, appeared in 84 games his first three years and Vrankic was one of the more productive freshmen in the WCC during 2017-18. Vrankic was third on the team in both scoring (10.4 ppg) and rebounding (4.6 pg).
• Sophomore guard Tahj Eaddy is eligible this season after sitting out 2017-18. He transferred from Southeast Missouri last summer.
• There are eight additions to the 2018-19 squad, including five true freshmen in Guglielmo Caruso (Naples, Italy), Juan Ducasse (Montevideo, Uruguay), Keshawn Justice (Madison, Wisconsin), Zeke Richards (Oak Park, California) and Trey Wertz (Charlotte, North Carolina). Fallou Ndoye, DJ Mitchell and Josh Martin are transfers. Ndoye (CSU Bakersfield) and Martin (Cal Poly) are graduate transfers. Mitchell played the last two seasons at Wake Forest and will sit out 2018-19.

Anthony Passarelli (play-by-play) and John Stege (analyst) will call the action during the season on radio and through at home. All Broncos home games and West Coast Conference contests (not on an ESPN platform or BYUtv) will also be streamed through (local blackout restrictions apply for games broadcast over the air). This season at least 25 games will air on either KDOW-AM 1220 or KTRB-AM 860. The remainder can be heard on Sunday's game against Sonoma State can be heard on KDOW-AM 1220. Click here to view broadcast outlets for the season.

There are a number of ticket options for 2018-19, which features 17 homes, including nine during the nonconference portion of the slate. In addition to season tickets, single-game and game-plan packages are on sale. For questions, contact the Santa Clara Athletics ticket office at (408) 554-4660 or

Group-ticket options and Fan Experience Packages are available through the Santa Clara ticket office, which is open weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Contact Jesse Moreno, one of our sales and service consultants, at (408) 554-4628 or for further details.

Parking is $10 in the main campus parking structure, which is located on Palm Drive through the main campus entrance (500 El Camino Drive). The Leavey Center parking lot, located on Accolti Way off El Camino Real, is reserved for season-ticket holders. Click here for a campus map and parking restrictions.

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