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Fresno State Bulldogs vs. San Jose State Spartans
The Fresno State women’s basketball team will look to continue its quest for perfection as they host their final game of the regular season against the San Jose State Spartans Wednesday night.
Seniors LaShay Fears, Joh-Teena Filipe and Brittny Jones will play their last game at the Save Mart Center, and will be honored in a ceremony that will take place just before tip-off.
Junior Jaleesa Ross continues her dominance as she became the Fresno State all-time leader for 3-pointers in her game against Boise State Saturday night. Ross now has 274 for her career.
If head coach Adrian Wiggins is able to lead his team to another victory against the Spartans, the ‘Dogs will make history by being the first Bulldog basketball team to go undefeated in WAC play.
Fresno State leads the series 45-17 winning the last 16 against the Spartans.
The lady Spartans are 6-21 and 2-12 in conference play, ranking ninth place in the WAC.
The Spartans are led by senior Chasity Shavers who averages 15.6 points and is the only player on the team to consistently score over 10 points a game.
Sophomore Shaunna Ridge will be a player to look out for under the basket. Ridge leads the team with 166 rebounds and 31 blocked shots.
The Spartans managed to hang tight in their game against Idaho last week, keeping the score within 10 points with 1:21 to go, but fell short 74-59 to the Vandals.
San Jose State hasn’t faced the ‘Dogs since Jan. 30 where they were defeated 68-31.
Head Coach Pam DeCosta and her team are 0-6 in conference road games this season.