“It’s a good feeling. It’s what I came here for,” Spencer said. “I wanted to win games and the record speaks for itself. I’ve just been handling business since I got here.”
SDSI is now 7-0 to open up conference play, which ranks as the second-best start to conference play in school history.
The team is right back at it Tuesday at 8 p.m. as they travel to play Nevada.
“We still have a lot of work to do and we’re still trying to get better,” freshman point guard Jeremy Hemsley said. ” I feel like this is the beginning and we can’t let up right now. We have to intensify everything we’re doing and keep getting better.”
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