SDSU (20-5, MW 10-1) defeated the Air Force Falcons 59-46 in front of a season-high crowd of 1,763 at Viejas Arena on Saturday.
SDSU women’s basketball hold off Lobos to claim 19th win.
SDSU (18-5, MW 8-1) had three players score in double-digits as it defeated UNLV 77-64 on Saturday in Viejas Arena.
Having a winning streak snapped is one of the toughest obstacles any team can face.
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but the one thing the San Diego State women’s basketball team wanted to get bigger was an impressive 13-game winning streak, which came to an abrupt end on Saturday.
The San Diego State women’s basketball team proved any doubters wrong last night.
With just one player returning from last season’s starting lineup, “inexperience” has constantly been labeled as the team’s sole thorn on its side all season.
Junior guard Courtney Clements played like a snipe-shooter last Saturday. The Mountain West Conference leading scorer displayed her patience firing from long range, ironically using just one eye.
The best way to describe the current San Diego State women’s basketball season can be summed up with last night’s game: It played shaky early, but found a rhythm moving forward and never looked back.
Missed free throws almost cost the San Diego State women’s basketball team its winning streak one week earlier, but on Saturday it helped it extend its run to 10 games.
The two best defenses in the Mountain West Conference battled it out last night, but only the San Diego State women’s basketball team lived up to its name.
Want a cookie? The San Diego State women’s basketball team sure did, just not in the second half on Girl Scout night in Viejas Arena.
The San Diego State women’s basketball starting five single-handedly outscored the entire Washington team in Viejas Arena Saturday afternoon with a win of 63-51.