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WAC Women's Basketball Recaps - Feb. 28
Courtesy: San Jose State
Seattle U 73, Texas State 71 (OT)
Despite trailing by as many as 16, Seattle U forced overtime and then defeate Texas State 73-71 at the Connolly Center Thursday night. With the win, the Redhawks improve to 16-9 overall and 13-3 in the WAC. The Bobcats drop to 9-17 on the season and 3-12 in WAC play

Seattle U shot 40 percent from the field, 31 percent from three-point range and 80 percent from the free throw line on the game. Texas State connected on 50 percent from the floor, 13 percent from downtown and 56 percent from the charity stripe. The Redhawks dominated the boards, 46-35.

Daidra Brown led Seattle U with 22 points, while Syliva Shephard added 19 points. Maggie McCarthy scored a season-high 13 points.

Diamomd Ford led Texas State with 22 points, while Erin Peoples added 14 and Jasmine Baugus had 12.

Utah State 70, Louisiana Tech 56
Utah State held Louisiana Tech to just 11 first half points and for the first time in school history swept the season series with a 70-56 victory Thursday at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. With the win, the Aggies improved to 15-11 overall and 12-3 in WAC action. The Lady Techsters fall to 12-14 overall and 8-7 in the WAC.

Utah State shot 45 percent from the field, 29 percent from beyond the arc and 73 percent from the charity stripe. Louisiana Tech connected on 31 percent from the field, eight percent from downtown and 72 percent from the free throw line. The Lady Techsters out-rebounded the Aggies, 45-37.

Jennifer Schlott led the Aggies with 19 points, while Devyn Christensen added 16 and Jenna Johnson scored 13.

Brittany Lewis led all scorers with 24 points and 10 rebounds, while Whitney Frazier had 11 points and 15 boards.

Idaho 65, UTSA 53
Idaho came from behind to defeat UTSA 65-53 in the Cowan Spectrum Thursday. With the win, the Vandals improve to 13-14 overall and 10-6 in the WAC. The Roadrunners drop to 14-12 on the season and 8-7 in WAC play.

Idaho shot 40 percent from the field, 27 percent from three-point range and 72 percent from the free throw line on the game. UTSA connected on 27 percent from the floor, nine percent from downtown and 72 percent from the charity stripe. Idaho edged UTSA on the boards, 44-40.

Alyssa Charlston led all scorers with 22 points, while Christina Salvatore broke Idaho's single-season three-pointers made record by draining her 77th long ball of the season. She broke Susan Woolf's record of 76 treys from the 1998-99 season. Salvatore finished with 11 points, nine rebounds and two blocks.

Ashley Spaletta led the Roadrunners with 12 points.

San Jose State 71, UT Arlington 49
Riana Byrd blocked four shots and set the San Jose State single-season blocks record in a 71-49 WAC win over UT Arlington in The Event Center Thursday. With the victory, the Spartans improve to 10-16 overall and 7-8 in the WAC. The Mavericks drop to 6-20 on the season and 3-12 in the WAC.

SJSU shot 44 percent from the field, 38 percent from three-point range and 75 percent from the free throw line on the game. UTA connected on 29 percent from the floor, 13 percent from beyond the arc and 70 percent from the charity stripe. The Spartans won the rebounding battle, 47-39.

Ta'Rea Cunnigan led all players with 28 points. Byrd, who came in to the game two blocks behind Lamisha Augustine's 2005-06 single-season mark of 58, finished with four blocks on the game. She added 14 points and 15 rebounds.

Jordan Holub led UTA with 13 points, while Malaika Green added 10.
Basketball-W
WAC
Overall
Idaho
15-1
25-9
Bakersfield
12-4
19-12
Grand Canyon
10-6
21-9
Seattle U
9-7
16-16
Texas-Pan American
8-8
14-16
Missouri-Kansas City
7-9
11-19
New Mexico State
7-9
11-20
Utah Valley
4-12
7-23
Chicago State
0-16
3-27
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