March 14, 2013
LAS VEGAS -
Records: San Diego State: 25-5 overall; Nevada: 8-23 overall
Next Game: Friday, March 15 | vs. New Mexico or UNLV | Thomas & Mack Center | Noon PT
San Diego State wins its 16th straight game, which marks the second-longest unbeaten streak in program history
San Diego State raises its record to 25-5, marking the fifth time in school history the Aztecs have notched 25 wins.
The Aztecs are just one win shy of matching the school record of 26 victories set by the 1993-94 squad.
San Diego State held its 14th straight opponent to below 60 points for the game.
The 39 points allowed matches the second-fewest allowed by the Aztecs this season (39 at UNM, 30 vs. CS Dominguez Hills).
SDSU improves to 23-1 over its last 24 games when leading at the half. SDSU was up, 32-18, at halftime.
MW Tournament Notes
San Diego State advances to the MW semifinals for the second year in a row and.
The Aztecs improve to 24-21 in conference tournament play and 10-11 at the MW Championship.
SDSU improves to 5-3 in MW quarterfinal games under Beth Burns.
SDSU improves to 6-3 all-time vs. Nevada.
Forced 23 Nevada turnovers, 15 of which came off San Diego State steals. The 15 steals matched a season high for SDSU (15 vs. New Mexico, 2-27-13) and were the second-most in an MW quarterfinal. The 23 turnovers tied an MW Championship quarterfinal record.
SDSU owned a 29-3 advantage in points off turnovers and a 14-2 advantage in fast-break points.
Chelsea Hopkins (4 points, 6 rebounds, 14 assists, 4 steals)
Courtney Clements (15 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 blocked shot, 3 steals)
Erimma Amarikwa (15 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocked shots)