CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Weber State saw its season come to an end with an 82-73 loss at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Monday night at the American Bank Center in the second round of the CIT Postseason Tournament.
The Wildcats committed a season-high 21 turnovers, which the Islanders turned into 26 points.
Senior Jeremy Senglin led Weber State with 27 points in his 124th and final career game with the Wildcats. He ends his WSU career as Weber State’s all-time leader with 2,078 career points, which is second in Big Sky history. He is also the Big Sky’s career leader in 3-pointers with 345. He set a new Big Sky Conference single-season record with 132 3-pointers this season and finishes his Wildcat career ranked in the top 10 in 12 categories.
“We just didn’t have the energy or juice tonight,” said WSU head coach Randy Rahe. “We just weren’t very fresh against a good basketball team, but I’m just so proud of this team. I’ve had as much fun coaching this team as any I’ve had. Jeremy Senglin and Kyndahl Hill are two of the best we’ve ever had and leave such a great legacy. It’s been a fun ride and we are excited for the future.”