San Jose State Spartans men's basketball
|San Jose State Spartans|
|University||San José State University|
|Location||San Jose, CA|
|Head coach||Dave Wojcik (2nd year)|
|Arena||Event Center Arena
Blue, Gold, and White
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|1951, 1980, 1996|
|Conference tournament champions|
|California Coast Conference: 1925, 1928
Far West Conference: 1929, 1931
Northern California Athletic Conference: 1938
California Collegiate Athletic Association: 1941 (co-champion), 1948, 1949
Pacific Coast Athletic Association: 1980
Big West Conference: 1996
The San Jose State Spartans men's basketball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of San José State University in San Jose, California, United States. The team is a member of the Mountain West Conference, which competes in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The SJSU men's basketball team played its first recorded game in 1909. The team has won 10 conference championships, appeared in the NCAA Tournament three times, appeared once in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), and once in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI).
In five postseason tournament appearances, the Spartans have yet to win a game.
NCAA Tournament results
The Spartans have appeared in the NCAA Tournament three times. Their combined record is 0–3.
|1951||Sweet Sixteen||BYU||L 61–68|
|1980||#12||Round of 64||#5 Missouri||L 51–61|
|1996||#16||Round of 64||#1 Kentucky||L 72–110|
The Spartans have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) one time. Their record is 0–1.
|1981||First Round||UTEP||L 53–57|
The Spartans have appeared in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) one time. Their record is 0–1.
|2011||First Round||Creighton||L 74–85|
- "SJSU Spartans Media Guide". sjsuspartans.com. 2014. Retrieved December 4, 2014.
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