Spartans Nearly Stage Incredible Comeback in Loss to Boise State


BOISE, Idaho
—Jada Holland scored 13 points to lead San José State women's basketball (2-11, 0-2 MW) in a 73-62 loss to Boise State (6-8, 1-0 MW) on Saturday afternoon.

  • The Spartans trailed by 18 at the half and fought back to make it a three-point deficit with 2:30 remaining.
  • In addition to Holland, two other Spartans scored in double figures including Marisa Davis-Jones and Sabrina Ma who had 11 points and 10 points respectively.
  • The Spartans forced 20 turnovers, handily winning the turnover battle as they only committed 10 themselves.
  • The Spartans shot an impressive 50 percent from three-point range, connecting on seven of 14 attempts.
    • Holland knocked down two threes which was a season high.
  • Jasmine Singleton led the Spartans with three steals and has gotten at least one steal in five consecutive games.
  • Amhyia Moreland recorded a block for the fourth straight game.

UP NEXT – The Spartans return home to battle Air Force on January 5th. The game starts at 6:00 p.m. (PT) and can be viewed on NBC Sports Bay Area.
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