USU Women's Basketball Outscored 64-54 At Nevada
Taylor Richards was the lone Aggie to score in double figures against Nevada.
 
Taylor Richards was the lone Aggie to score in double figures against Nevada.
 
 

Jan. 21, 2006

Final Stats

RENO, Nev. - Trouble in the final five minutes sent Utah State's women's basketball team to its ninth straight loss as the Aggies fell at Nevada 64-54 in women's basketball action here Saturday afternoon. With the loss the Aggies fell to 1-14 overall and 0-5 in the Western Athletic Conference. Nevada improved to 5-12 and 1-4.

A Camille Brox basket gave USU a 50-48 lead with five minutes remaining in the game, but the Aggies were then out-scored 16-4 the rest of the way.

"We keep turning the ball over at critical times and we are not doing the things we need to do to get a win," USU post player Brittany Hagen said in a postgame radio interview.

Richards was the only Aggie in double-figures, but she was three of 14 shooting from the field. Lindsey Freeze added nine points and a game-high nine rebounds, but was two of 11 shooting. Nevada was led by Brandi Fitzgerald, who scored a game-best 17 points, while adding five rebounds, three blocks and three steals.

USU shot just 29.6 percent from the field, while Nevada made 37.7 percent of its attempts. USU out-rebounded the home team 43-37, but committed four more turnovers (14-10). The Aggies had just six assists in the game.

Jessica Freeman grabbed eight rebounds to go along with six points for USU, while Ashley Rutledge and Brox also added six points.

Utah State will continue its four-game road swing at Hawai'I on Tuesday with tipoff slated at 10 p.m. MST. The Aggies will return home to host New Mexico State on Feb. 2 for their first home game since Jan. 7.

 

 

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