Very little seems to be going right for the Cal State Stanislaus men's basketball team these days.
The Warriors dropped their 10th decision in 11 games, falling to California Collegiate Athletic Association host Cal State Los Angeles 85-66 on Friday.
The Warriors (3-13, 2-7 CCAA) trailed by double digits most of the night, as the Golden Eagles made up for the loss of injured scoring leader Dejon Prejean.
Rick Cardoso and Heath Colvin had 17 points for Stanislaus.
Cal State L.A. was led by two-time CCAA player of the week Vincent Camper with 26 points. Christopher Mark added 23 points and 17 rebounds.
Cal State Stanislaus got to within 11 with a little more than 10 minutes left in the game, but the Golden Eagles pulled away.
Stanislaus was 22 for 62 from the field (36 percent) and 6 for 25 (24 percent) on 3-pointers.
CAL STATE L.A. 84, CAL STATE STANISLAUS 56, at Los Angeles -- Shristy Kumar couldn't keep the Warriors (4-11, 2-7 CCAA) from falling to the Golden Eagles (6-9, 3-6).
Kumar led all players with 24 points, grabbed nine rebounds, blocked three shots and had two steals.
Katie Busi had 15 points, four assists and six rebounds for Stanislaus, which shot just 31.3 percent from the field.