Spartans Battle Air Force Monday Night

San José State (2-15, 0-6 MW) vs. Air Force (8-10, 3-3 MW)
When Monday, Jan. 16 | 5:30 p.m. (PT)
Location Clune Arena, United States Air Force Academy, Colo.
TV | Statistics Mountain West Network | Live Stats
Game Notes San José State
Rosters San José State | Air Force
Social Media Twitter: @SanJoseStateWBB
Instagram: @sjsuwbb
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. – San José State women's basketball continues Mountain West conference play this week with a matchup against the Air Force Falcons in Colorado on Monday evening. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. (PT) at Clune Arena.

  • In their most recent game, the Spartans lost to Wyoming, 64-48. With 6:32 left, the Spartans were only down two points (44-42) before Wyoming went on a run to finish the game.
  • Jada Holland and Marisa Davis-Jones scored 19 and 17 points respectively to lead SJSU against the Cowgirls.
  • Davis-Jones has been lighting up the box score recently, scoring more than 10 points in four of the Spartans previous five games.
  • Davis-Jones has been effective from the charity stripe in the previous four games, converting on 12 of her 13 free-throw attempts. Her free-throw percentage of 77.3% is the fourth-best mark in the conference.
  • The Spartans have excelled with their aggressive defense and ball pressure this season as they rank fourth in the Mountain West in steals (9.4 steals per game).
    • Holland ranks first in the conference in steals at 2.5 per game and Jasmine Singleton ranks fifth at 2.1 per game.


  • The Spartans lost 77-64 when the two sides matched up less than two weeks ago, on January 5th.
    • Despite the loss, the Spartans outscored Air Force 21-17 in the fourth quarter.
    • Davis-Jones took advantage of a size mismatch against the smaller Falcons and scored a career-high 24 points.
    • Click here to read the full recap from that game.
  • Since playing SJSU, Air Force have lost two of three games. The Falcons fell to Nevada and Wyoming and defeated Fresno State. All three games were decided by fewer than six points.
  • The Falcons average the most steals per game in the conference (12.1) and lead the conference in turnover margin (+7.3) but struggle on the glass, possessing the worst rebounding margin in the conference (-7.8).
  • The Spartans are 13-8 all-time against the Falcons.

Up Next: The Spartans are back in action at home on Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. versus Utah State. Tickets can be purchased here.

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