The Cal Poly men’s basketball team fell apart in the second half, losing at Loyola Marymount 79-59 on Tuesday night.
The Mustangs (4-6) only trailed by two at halftime but were outscored 46-28 in the second half. Cal Poly coach Joe Callero was ejected after his second technical foul.
One of the lone bright spots for Cal Poly was forward Chris Eversley, who was the only Cal Poly player to score in double figures. He had a game-high 21 points on 9-for-16 shooting and led Cal Poly with seven rebounds. The rest of the Mustangs shot 31.8 percent from the field.
Anthony Ireland scored 20 points for the Lions (7-4), including a 10-for-10 effort from the free-throw line. Ireland had more free-throw attempts than the entire Cal Poly team. The Mustangs were 9 for 9 from the line, and the Lions were 23 for 26.
Cal Poly fell to 0-4 on the road and its away schedule does not get any easier, as the Mustangs play at Pittsburgh and Stanford to close out 2013.
Cal Poly men’s soccer
Mackenzie Pridham was named to the CollegeSoccerNews.com All-America third team.
After finishing eighth in the nation with 14 goals, Pridham is the first player in program history to be named an All-American.
Pridham was previously named Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season. He finished his career with a school-record 43 goals.
Michael Clemmensen came in third place in the state meet after being upset in the semifinals and was rewarded by being named to the All-America and All-Southeast Conference teams after having a 30-3 record at the 133-pound class.
Julian Purdy (141) and Jovan Villalobos (174) each finished in fourth place at the state meet and were named to the All-America teams. Villalobos was also named to the All-SEC team. Purdy was not, as he was injured and did not wrestle at the SEC Tournament.
Connor Pollock (141), Jonny Callas (149) and Nate Mesa (184) were also named to the All-SEC team. Pollock wrestled at the 133 class for the state meet.
Cuesta’s Joe Dansby was named Coach of the Year.
Cuesta men’s water polo
Goalie Brady Moore was named Western State Conference Player of the Year for the second straight year and was named to the first team All-America and all-WSC teams.
Georan Meendering was also named to the All-America and all-WSC teams after leading the team with 73 goals as a defender.
Lucas Lastra and Colton Privett were named second team all-State and first team all-WSC. Max Draga and Cody Hughson were named first team all-WSC.
Lucas Johns, Casey DeLeuw and Austin Bauer were named second team all-conference. Joshua Prestridge and Clayton Paul were honorable mention selections.