SDSU Men's Basketball-Air Force Postgame Notes
March 6, 2013
SAN DIEGO -
Records: San Diego State 21-8 overall; 9-6 MW; Air Force 16-12; 7-8 MW
Next Game: Saturday, March 9 | at Boise State | Taco Bell Arena | 1:30 p.m. MT | NBC Sports Network
San Diego State secures fifth straight season of at least 21 wins.
SDSU wins its eighth straight Senior Night game.
The Aztecs win their 15th straight home game vs. teams not ranked in either poll at game time.
SDSU improves to 59-1 in its last 60 home games (58-1 at Viejas Arena) against teams not ranked in either top-25 poll.
SDSU played in front of its 22nd straight sellout at Viejas Arena.
SDSU wins its eighth straight at home vs. Air Force and is 12-3 all-time vs. the Falcons inside Viejas Arena.
The Aztecs earn at least a series split with the Falcons for the eighth straight season.
San Diego State improves to 48-22 all-time vs. Air Force and 27-6 at home.
The Aztecs have won nine of the last 11 meetings and is 11-3 vs. the Academy since Feb. 6, 2007.
SDSU has won a nation-best 107 football and men's basketball games since the beginning of the 2010-11 academic year.
San Diego State is a Mountain West Conference-best 35-12 in MW regular-season games since March 3, 2010. That is four more victories than any other team during that time frame.
SDSU is 33-12 in Mountain West regular-season games since the beginning of the 2010-11 season. That is three games better than any other current member of the conference.
Only one player scored in double digits (Michael Lyons with 10) vs. SDSU for the fifth time this season and first time since New Mexico at home on Jan. 26 (Kendall Williams with 14). San Diego State is 5-0 this season when its opponent only has one player reach double-figures in scoring.
The Aztecs shot 33.9 percent from the field, their second-lowest percentage in a win this season (32.2 percent vs. Missouri State).
San Diego State held a 45-32 rebound advantage. It is the fourth consecutive game in which the Aztecs have outrebounded their opponent.