San Jose State Vs. Weber State Recap: Spartans Lose 91-89 In Double Overtime

The San Jose Spartans lost a heartbreaker in double overtime on Saturday night to the Weber State Wildcats.

The San Jose State Spartans were able to hang with the Weber State Wildcats through regulation play and an overtime period, but eventually the Wildcats were able to outlast them and pick up a 91-89 double-overtime win.

Wildcats player Damian Lillard led all scorers with a career-high 41 points, including the eventual game winner with 10.7 seconds left to put Weber State on top for good.

James Kinney led all Spartans scorers with 28 points, on a night where both the men's and women's teams for San Jose State fell to the Wildcats in heartbreakers lost in the final second.

With the win, Weber State improves to 5-1 overall, with an unbeaten 3-0 record at home. By contrast, the Spartans are now a winless 0-4 on the road, and fall to 3-5 overall in the young season. The Spartans will play their next game on Wednesday, December 7, when they visit the California Golden Bears.

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