- Conference Championships
Last year the Jackrabbits won their first Summit League conference championship with a record of 13-3, which secured them a number one seed in the 2013 Summit League Basketball Tournament.
SDSU has won 20 North Central Conference championships during their time as a Division II school. During the 2011-12, the Jackrabbits went 15-3 in conference play finishing only two games back of first place.
- Conference Tournament Appearances
The Jackrabbits have made the Summit League Tournament each of the five years they have been eligible to qualify. The 2011-12 Jackrabbits won the Summit League Tournament for the first time in school history cementing their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament. They followed up that performance by winning the tournament for the second straight year.
The SDSU men's basketball team has produced outstanding players during the program's history including eight All-Americans. Don Jacobsen was the first All-American for SDSU in 1961. Tom Black accomplished the feat in 1964. In 1970, Dennis Womeldorf was the third Jackrabbit to receive the honor. Lee Colburn attained the status in 1973, Mark Tetzlaff achieved the status in 1985 and in 1997 Jason Sempsrott reached the plateau.Kurt Meister was seventh the Jackrabbit to be named All-American in 1998. In 2013, Nate Wolters was named All-American.
In 2011-12, six members of the men’s basketball team were named to the Summit League Academic All-League team. Brayden Carlson, Jordan Dykstra, Tony Feigen, Marcus Hemmstra, Zach Horstman, and Nate Wolters were all honored for their academic success last year.
Frost Arena is home of the Jackrabbits and has a capacity of 6,500. Frost Arena played host to Buffalo during ESPN's Brackbusters series in 2011. Following the 2012-13 season, SDSU has tallied a 453-127 all-time record at home. The Jackrabbits have been undefeated four times at home, including last year (13-0). SDSU currently has the longest home game winning streak in Division I basketball (30 games).
The lounge is where the players can relax or work on classwork when they want to take a break from basketball.The coaches and players will watch film and ready themselves for their upcoming opponent in the team room.
The men's basketball team has two weight rooms to use at their disposal. The main weightroom for the Jackrabbits is located in the basement of Frost Arena.
The second weight room is located in the Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center, which is another option for the players to workout in. The strength and conditioning coach Nate Moe has been working with SDSU since the fall of 2005.
Located near the men's basketball locker room is the athletic training room. Owen Stanley is the head athletic trainer and has worked with the men's basketball team since 2009.