The Spartan quarterback is one of the most active team members in the Beyond Football initiative.
San Jose State alumna Ariko Iso is a pioneer in her field of athletic training.
The Spartans and Lobos split the season series, each winning on its home floor.
In her last game on Walt McPherson Court Myzhanique Ladd scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds, had two assists and a steal.
For both squads, the game has Mountain West Tournament seeding on the line.
SPARTAN NOTES: Completed her second year as a Spartan...in 2017-18 set the program's sophomore single-season three-point record (60), which ranks ninth on the single-season list and her 176 three-point attempts in 2017-18 are also ninth on the single-season list.
2017-18: Appeared in 30 games with 14 starts…averaged 6.9 points, 1.7 rebounds, 0.4 steals and 0.8 assists in 20.2 minutes per game…set the program’s sophomore single-season three-point record with 60…finished the season ranked 7th in the MW in three-pointers (2.0/g)…in MW play was 9th in three-pointers (2.0/g)…logged a season-high 31 minutes at New Mexico (2/3)…60 of her 69 buckets were three pointers…reached double-digit scoring six times with a season-high 15 points at Pacific (11/24) and against New Mexico (1/6)…grabbed a season–best four rebounds at Colorado State (12/30)…season-high three assists came at Oregon State (12/10)…had blocked shots against Southern Oregon (12/20) and at Utah State (2/27)…season-best two steals at Oregon State, at UNLV (1/3) and against Nevada (2/21)...for the year shot .354 (69-for-195) from the floor, .341 (60-for-176) from three-point range and .909 (10-for-11) from the line. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2016-17: Appeared in 17 games coming off the bench…averaged 0.2 points in 3.2 minutes per game…season-high in points, three, came at Utah State (2/22) where she also assisted on another bucket…in eights minutes of action at Boise State (1/21), a season high, snagged a lone rebound of the season…had steals vs. Stanislaus State (12/18) and at Utah State. (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2016 graduate of Wichita Heights High School in Park City, Kan...two-time Wichita Eagle All-City League second team honoree…three-time Wichita Eagle All-Class 5A honorable mention selection…named a 2016 Navajo Times all-star, a Sports In Kansas Class 5A second-team honoree…one of 16 athletes to compete in the 2016 American Family Insurance High School 3-point Championship…averaged 12.2 points per game her last two years…member of the 2012-13 Kansas state championship squad.
ANALYSS: Undecided on a major...the daughter of Vikki and Brian Benally…Analyss Nicole Benally is a native of Shiprock, N.M.