Cal Poly Pomona Broncos men's basketball

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Cal Poly Pomona Broncos
University California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Conference CCAA
Location Pomona, CA
Head coach Greg Kamansky[1] (14th year)
Arena Kellogg Gym
(Capacity: 4,765[2])
Nickname Broncos
Colors

Green and Gold

            
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
NCAA Tournament champions
2010
NCAA Tournament runner up
2009
NCAA Tournament Final Four
2009, 2010
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1964, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1962, 1964, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010
NCAA Tournament appearances
1962, 1964, 1976, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014
Conference tournament champions
2013
Conference regular season champions
1981, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013

The Cal Poly Pomona Broncos men's basketball team is the college basketball program representing California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona). The Broncos play in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in NCAA Division II.

Cal Poly Pomona won its first NCAA championship in 2010 and has appeared in 11 NCAA Tournaments.

The Broncos presently play their home games in Kellogg Gymnasium, with a capacity of 4,765 for basketball.[2]

2014-2015 Schedule[edit]

# Date Opponent Location Result
1 November 6th, 2014 Stanford University Stanford, CA L 79-76
2 November 9th, 2014 University of Arizona Tucson, AZ L 67-51
3 November 14th, 2014 Westmont College Pomona, CA W 85-62
4 November 15th, 2014 Azusa Pacific University Pomona, CA W 81-78 OT
5 November 22nd, 2014 University of California—San Diego Pomona, CA L 69-66
6 November 25th, 2014 Master's College Pomona, CA W 72-58
7 November 29th, 2014 Point Loma Nazarene University Pomona, CA L 62-60
8 December 5th, 2014 East Bay State University Hayward, CA W 84-52
9 December 6th, 2014 Monterey Bay State University Seaside, CA W 63-54
10 December 15th, 2014 Bristol University Pomona, CA W 69-48
11 December 21st, 2014 University of California—San Diego La Jolla, CA W 63-62
12 January 2nd, 2015 Chico State University Pomona, CA L 51-50
13 January 3rd, 2015 Stanislaus State University Pomona, CA W 60-57
14 January 9th, 2015 San Francisco State University Pomona, CA W 64-32
15 January 10th, 2015 Sonoma State University Pomona, CA W 70-48
16 January 16th, 2015 Dominguez Hills State University Carson, CA W 59-46
17 January 17th, 2015 Los Angeles State University Los Angeles, CA L 58-56
18 January 23rd, 2015 Humboldt State University Pomona, CA W 81-79 2OT
19 January 24th, 2015 San Bernardino State University Pomona, CA W 66-54
20 January 30th, 2015 Monterey Bay State University Pomona, CA W 66-59
21 January 31st, 2015 East Bay State University Pomona, CA W 73-48
22 February 6th, 2015 Stanislaus State University Turlock, CA W 77-48
23 February 7th, 2015 Chico State University Chico, CA L 60-52
24 February 13th, 2015 Sonoma State University Rohnert Park, CA W 62-51
25 February 14th, 2015 San Francisco State University San Francisco, CA W 64-57 OT
26 February 20th, 2015 Los Angeles State University Pomona, CA W 70-50
27 February 21st, 2015 Dominguez Hills State University Pomona, CA W 71-53
28 February 27th, 2015 San Bernardino State University San Bernardino, CA W 60-36
29 February 28th, 2015 Humboldt State University Arcata, CA L 75-72

2014-2015 Roster[edit]

# Name Position Height Year High School Hometown Previous College
0 Chris Sullivan G 6'3" FR Long Beach Polytechnic Gardena, CA
1 Terrence Drisdom G 6'5" SR Eleanor Roosevelt Corona, CA
3 Quentin Taylor G 6'2" SO Palm Springs Palm Springs, CA
5 Barry Bell G 6'2" JR McClymonds Oakland, CA
13 Jeremy Dennis G 6'5" SO St. Mary's College Richmond, CA
20 Jordan Finn G 6'4" SR Etiwanda Rancho Cucamonga, CA University of Nevada—Reno
21 Daylan Lawrence G 6'4" FR Rancho Cucamonga Rancho Cucamonga, CA
22 Ray-Ray Chase F 6'8" SR Reagan San Antonio, TX Fort Scott CC-Southern University
23 Rhon Mitchell F 6'5" JR Inglewood Inglewood, CA Lamar University
24 Chad Haysbert F 6'8" SR Center Sacramento, CA American River CC
31 Ryan Hall F 6'7" JR La Habra La Habra, CA
33 Daniel Rodriguez G 6'1" SR Bishop Amat Covina, CA
34 Francois Tchoyi F 6'5" JR Besant Hill Yaounde, Cameroon
40 Jordan Faison F 6'7" JR El Toro Lake Forest, CA
Name Position Alma Mater
Greg Kamansky Head Coach University of California—San Diego
Damion Hill Associate Head Coach California State Polytechnic University
Matt Okada Assistant Coach University of Pacific

Record versus current conference rivals[edit]

The Broncos have a combined all-time record of 967-822 (.541) as of the 2012-13 season .[3]

Rival Wins Losses Average
Cal State Dominguez Hills 40 36 .526
Cal State L.A. 56 51 .523
Cal State Monterey Bay 15 4 .789
Cal State San Bernardino 27 22 .551
Cal State Stanislaus 26 6 .813
Chico State 26 17 .605
Humboldt State 15 11 .577
San Francisco State 35 14 .714
Sonoma State 27 15 .643
UC San Diego 23 8 .742
Total 290 184 .612

All-Americans[edit]

Five Broncos have been named All-Americans in school history,

  • 1962-63

     Bill Leedom, Third Team

  • 1965-66

     Paul Scranton, Third Team

  • 1971-72

     Alan Smith, Honorable Mention

  • 1972-73

     Terry Ross, Second Team

  • 2004-05

     Jeff Bonds, NABC

  • 2008-09

      Larry Gordon, NABC, Division II Bulletin

Broncos overseas[edit]

See also[edit]

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