|San José State (3-16, 1-7 MW) vs. Nevada (7-12, 4-4 MW)
|Thursday, January 26 | 6 p.m.
|Provident Credit Union Event Center | San Jose, Calif.
|Broadcast & Statistics
|NBC Sports Bay Area
Channels - Xfinity 40; Xfinity HD 720; DirecTV 696
|San José State | Nevada
|San José State | Nevada
SAN JOSE, Calif. – On the heels of the team's first conference win of the 2022-23season, San Jose State women's basketball is back in action on Thursday night against Nevada. Tip-off is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. at the Provident Credit Union Event Center. The game can be viewed on NBC Sports Bay Area.
- The Spartans earned a dominant win on Saturday afternoon, blowing out Utah State, 77-59.
- Sabrina Ma led the Spartans in scoring in the win. The freshman guard scored 21 points against Utah State after scoring a career-high 22 points against Air Force earlier in the week. In recognition of her efforts, she was honored as the Mountain West Freshman of the Week.
- Jada Holland was also superb in the Spartans victory, scoring 12 points and recording game-highs of seven rebounds, seven assists and six steals.
- The Spartans enter Thursday's game as the hottest three-point shooting team in the Mountain West. They have shot over 43 percent from three-point range in four of the last five games and lead the Mountain West in conference play this season with a 41 percent mark from deep.
- On the defensive side of the ball, the Spartans have excelled at getting steals. The Spartans average the second-most steals per game in Mountain West conference play this season (9.75).
- Jada Holland is first in the conference at 2.6 steals per game and Jasmine Singleton is fourth at 2.1 per game.
- Holland has recorded at least one steal in 17 straight games and Singleton has recorded at least one steal in 11 straight games.
- The Nevada Wolf Pack are coming off a 75-69 win over Fresno State on Saturday night.
- Despite losing earlier this season against the Wolf Pack, the Spartans have historically been the better side in the head-to-head matchup. SJSU is 20-15 all-time against their Mountain West foes.
- Like SJSU, the Wolf Pack play an aggressive style of defense. They rank fifth in the conference in steals at 8.84 steals per game.
- The Wolf Pack rank fifth in the conference in both three-point percentage (32.4%) and opponent three-point percentage (30.6%).
- The leading scorers this season for the Wolf Pack are Alyssa Jimenez (10.4 points per game) and Megan Ormiston (10.2 points per game). Both players scored in double figures in the game earlier this season against the Spartans.
UP NEXT: The Spartans hit the road for a Saturday afternoon showdown at San Diego State. Tip-off is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Watch the game on the Mountain West Network.
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