The Fresno State women's basketball team takes its four-game winning streak to New Mexico State on Thursday.
Feb. 2, 2011
FRESNO STATE at New Mexico State
When: Thursday, Feb. 3
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: Pan American Center (Las Cruces, NM)
TV: KAIL TV, AggieVision
Records: Fresno State (15-6, 6-1 WAC) beat Nevada 72-51 on Saturday. New Mexico State (10-11, 4-3) lost to Idaho 64-51 on Saturday.
Bulldogs Take Four-Game Winning Streak To New Mexico State
Fresno State's three-game road trip continues Thursday with a stop at New Mexico State. The Bulldogs, winners of seven of their past eight games (and four in a row), remain one game behind Louisiana Tech in the early WAC title race. Fresno State is 7-2 on the road this season.
Scouting The Aggies
New Mexico State saw its two-game winning streak snapped Saturday with a 64-51 loss
to Idaho. Senior guard Madison Spence led the Aggies on offense with 13 points in the
game, while freshman Jasmine Rutledge led the way on the glass with 11 rebounds. Madison Spence leads New Mexico State in scoring at 14.4 ppg. The Aggies are 5-5 at home this season.
The Series vs. New Mexico State
The Bulldogs lead the all-time series with the Aggies 12-6 and have won the past four
meetings, including a 76-49 victory Jan. 15 at the Save Mart Center. Fresno State hasn't lost to New Mexico State since the 2008-09 season when it fell 80-74.
Last Time Out
Ross Sets Scoring Record
The Bulldogs kicked off their three-game road trip in fine fashion Saturday, beating
Nevada 72-51. Senior forward Hayley Munro finished with 19 points, tying her season
high. She was 9-for-10 from the free-throw line and also had eight rebounds. Senior
guard Jaleesa Ross, already the all-time leading scorer in program history, finished with 14 points, three assists and two steals. Ross now has 222 career steals, good enough for second on the Bulldogs' all-time steals list. She needs just three more to pass former Fresno State star Wendy Martell as the program's steals leader. With her six made field goals against the Wolf Pack, Ross became the Bulldogs' career leader with 648 made field goals.
Senior guard Jaleesa Ross
became the leading scorer in Fresno State women's basketball history on Jan. 27. Ross scored a game-high 18 points in the Bulldogs' 65-33 win over San Jose State, breaking former forward Yvette Roberts' scoring record of 1,778 points set in 1989. Ross now has 1,802 career points. ... With her six made field goals against the Wolf Pack, Ross became Fresno State's leader with 648 made field goals.
Ross' Record Watch Continues
Senior guard Jaleesa Ross heads into her final season with her sights set on a number
of prestigious marks. One of the best 3-point shooters in the nation, Ross has made 355 3-pointers during her career and currently sits in third place in the WAC for 3-point field goals made. Already Fresno State's leader in that category, Ross is 38 away from becoming the NCAA's all-time leader for 3-pointers made. Former Kansas State guard Laurie Koehn holds the current record with 392 treys. Ross made 103 last season.
We Are No. 1!
Fresno State currently leads the nation in 3-pointers made per game with 9.9.