Cal State men outscore Sonoma

CAL STATE SB 92

SONOMA STATE 83

The Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team finished off its home slate in fine fashion, turning back Sonoma State 92-83 Saturday at Coussoulis Arena.

The win keeps the Coyotes (15-9, 13-5) in second place, tied with Cal Poly Pomona, one game behind Dominguez Hills with two left to play.

Again it was the 1-2 punch of Devin Montgomery and Brandon Brown doing the damage. Montgomery tied a season-high with 29 points while Brown contributed 25. Montgomery also had five rebounds and five assists.

Three other players finished with nine points.

The Coyotes shot 56.9 percent from the field while Sonoma managed a respectable 52.9. Cal State totaled 18 assists and made just 11 turnovers.

The Coyotes finish the season on the road Thursday and Friday against Monterey Bay and San Francisco State.