San Francisco State
Jared Wilson - SF
Team: San Francisco State Gators [ID #352]
San Francisco, CA (West)
IV.4 [Division 1]
Rating: 149.48 - Overall Position: #148
Jan 11 2014: 3-star prospect Jabari McClendon
Dec 19 2013: 2-star prospect Bryan Weaver
Nov 21 2013: Removed Crazy Li
Aug 30 2012: Demoted to conference IV.4
Jun 26 2012: Ricky Loomis
was drafted round #1, pick #27 by Miami.
Feb 11 2012: 3-star prospect Curtis Reid
Jan 12 2012: 3-star prospect Cliff Zhu
Sep 01 2011: Demoted to conference III.2
Jun 28 2011: Larry Matlock
was drafted round #2, pick #21 by Miami.
Feb 17 2011: 4-star prospect Nelson Yoshida
Wins: 17 Losses: 11 Pct: .607 Conf Wins: 10 Conf Losses: 8 Conf Pct: .556 Conf Rank: 8 Last10: 6-4 Streak: L1
Pts Ave: 80.1 - 70.4 Pts Diff: +9.7 Team Power Index: 151.2
Feb 14 2008: Gators Advance Again!
- by Crazy Li on September 12th, 2019
After defeating Marquette 111-86, San Francisco State ensured itself another promotion, its third straight such success. After a dominant performance in IV, fans are excited to see how the team will be able to handle III. However, one thing of great concern is what shape the team will be in once its Seniors graduate. With starting SF Stevie Chandler and starting PF Curt Rowe leaving, the team will have to find players to fill their shoes. It shows again how difficult it can be to maintain a college dynasty when your stars only get to contribute for 4 years maximum.
In particular, the team will be looking to Marshall Nelson and Larry Matlock to step out next season and help them continue their winning ways, but the question is: can they handle the next level?
Feb 24 2007: SF State Clinches!
- by Crazy Li on July 20th, 2019
After only barely edging out a top 3 spot last season in level VI play to advance to V, the Gators put together a phenomenal follow-up season. Riding 1st place, they've managed to officially secure their second straight advancement, looking far more dominant than last season, despite the tougher competition. The team looks forward to the new challenges ahead of them at level IV and hope to continue their success.
One of the biggest contributes to said success is big man Curt Rowe, who will be entering his senior season next year. The team will have a very tough time finding a suitable replacement for this guy who averaged 16.7 PPG and shot for over 60% with nearly 10 boards a game.