WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — At the very core, Cal State Fullerton, a perennial baseball power, is a guard-dependent team.
The Titans are relatively undersized, with their tallest player who receives significant minutes is 6'9" (Arkim Robertson).
CS-Fullerton does have two guards (Kyle Allman, Jr. and Khalil Ahmad) who each average more than 15 points per game this season.
Interestingly, the Titans rank among the top-50 teams in NCAA division one basketball, when it comes to free throws attempted.
Likely, that statistic just tells you the Titans are good at drawing fouls.
Fullerton averages scoring 73 points/game, and holds opponents to an average of 70 points/game.
For early impressions on CS-Fullerton from Purdue Coach Matt Painter, see the video above!
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