LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Cal State Fullerton, fresh off its sixth loss in six road games this season, plays New Mexico State tonight in Pan American Center, an arena in which the Titans have won only once in four tries.
The Titans (4-6, 0-1) lost to Cal State Long Beach Saturday, 76-69, in the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. opener for both teams.
In its PCAA opener, New Mexico State (7-6, 0-1) had a four-game winning streak snapped by Nevada Las Vegas, but the Aggies held the Rebels to their lowest point output of the season in the 69-64 game played in Pan American Center.
Virgil Harris, an Aggie guard, has scored career-highs in his past two games. Against UNLV, he scored 27 points.
The Titans have relied heavily on the offense of Richard Morton, who averages 25 points, and Henry Turner (13.9) the only other Titan averaging in double figures.