Holland Dominates in SJSU's Loss to Nevada


SAN JOSE, Calif.
—Jada Holland scored 15 points, dished out three assists and recorded four steals to lead San José State women's basketball (3-17, 1-8 MW) in a 74-67 loss to Nevada (8-12, 5-4) on Thursday night.

  • Holland was efficient from the field, connecting on six of 11 attempts.
  • Three other Spartans scored in double figures including Sabrina Ma (12 points), Aarion Nichols (11 points) and Marisa Davis-Jones (10 points).
  • The Spartans made a season-high 21 free throws.
  • The Spartans also had a season-high five blocks led by a career-high three blocks by Amhyia Moreland.
  • The conference leader in steals entering the contest, Holland has now registered at least one steal in 18 consecutive games.
  • Jasmine Singleton had three steals and extended her steal streak. She has gotten at least one steal in 12 straight games.
  • Ma also had three steals which was a career high.

UP NEXT: The Spartans head to San Diego for a showdown versus San Diego State on Saturday afternoon. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m. The game can be viewed on the Mountain West Network

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