SAN JOSE, Calif.—Jasmine Singleton scored in double figures for the first time in her Spartan career with 12 points as the San José State women's basketball team fell to Hawaii, 54-43, Wednesday afternoon in the team's final non-conference game of the season.
- Singleton was 4-for-8 from the field. She recorded five steals for the second consecutive game.
- Nailea Nicholas and Singleton each grabbed six rounds, while Sidney Richards and Amhyia Moreland each had five boards.
- The Spartans (2-9) led 21-20 at the half, shooting 50 percent from the field in the second quarter (6-12), the best quarter the team had in the game.
- The two teams battled during the game with six lead changes and six tied scores.
- The Spartans cut the lead to four at 46-42 with 1:00 minute remaining in the game, but Hawaii scored eight of the final nine points of the game.
UP NEXT – After a short break for the holiday, the Spartans open Mountain West play at Nevada on Thursday, December 29th at 3 p.m. San José State then plays at Boise State to end the year on December 31st at noon. Both games will be broadcast on the Mountain West Network.
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