Nevada Press Release:
Postgame notes
-Nevada snapped a four-game losing streak after a 75-52 win over Stanislaus State and improved to 2-6 on the year.
-The seventh annual ‘When I Grow Up’ game brought in a season-high attendance of 4,036 fans.
-The Wolf Pack registered a season-high 23 assists and 51 rebounds in the game.
-Nevada’s eight made 3-pointers was also a season high, led by four from junior Camariah King.
-The Pack shot 43.1 percent from the field in the game, a season high.
-Junior transfer Mikayla Christian got her first start in a Wolf Pack uniform and finished with a career and game-high seven assists and just one turnover.
-Junior Camariah King recorded the first double-double of her career after a 12-point, 12-rebound day. Her 12 rebounds are a career-high, breaking her previous best of seven.
-Senior Terae Briggs notched her third double-double of the season, and second in three games, with 20 points and 10 rebounds. It marked Briggs’ third career 20-point game and second of the season.
-Freshman Imani Lacy recorded her second game in double figures this season, finishing with 10 points and added a career-best four assists.
-Junior Sami Dinan played a career-high 16 minutes coming off of the bench. Her previous career high was two minutes.
-Junior Delaney Gosse scored the first points of her career in the fourth quarter.
-The all-time series between Nevada and Stanislaus State is now 5-1 in favor of the Wolf Pack.