Dezz Ramos set the new single-season scoring record in the loss.
Dezz Ramos scored at least 30 points for the ninth time this season in the win.
Four Spartans, Dezz Ramos, Paris Baird, Jasmine Smith and Rachol West played their final game on Walt McPherson Court.
Jasmine Smith scored a career-high 26 points in the game.
Spartan went down early and never recovered in an eight-point loss to the Broncos.
SPARTAN NOTES: In her third year as a Spartan.
|Academic All-Mountain West|
|Academic All-Mountain West|
2016-17: Appeared in 30 games with two starts – vs. Fresno State (2/15) and at Air Force (2/18)…averaged 3.0 points and 1.7 rebounds in 12.8 minutes per game…improved in every statistical category from a year agao…had the team’s best three-point shooting percentage (.360, 18-for-50) and knocked down a single-game high two treys four times – vs. Pacific (11/18), vs. Santa Clara (11/20), vs. Saint Mary’s College (12/3) and at San Diego State (2/8) …equaled her single-game scoring high, with nine points, two times – vs. Saint Mary’s College and at San Diego State…20 minutes played and four rebounds vs. Pacific were a career-high…twice – vs. Saint Mary’s College and at Nebraska (12/9) - had a career-best two steals…two assists against Oregon (11/27) equaled a single-game high…was 3-for-4 from the free throw line at San Diego State, both career-highs. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2015-16: Appeared in 27 games coming off the bench…averaged 1.1 points and 0.7 rebounds in 6.5 minutes per game…single game-high nine points came in the season opener versus Southern Oregon (11/13)…nine of 10 field goals made on the season were from beyond the arc…sank a season-high three three-pointers against Southern Oregon…grabbed a single-game best three rebounds at Air Force (1/30)…best assist night was two against Utah State (2/27)…lone block came against Colorado State (1/27)…had steals against Southern Oregon and Boise State (1/20). (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2015 graduate of Otto Hahn Gymnasium in Ludwigsburg, Germany…was part of a team that finished in second place in the German National Championship in 2013.
CLUB: In 2015, competed in Germany’s Damen Basketball-Bundesliga for Grüner Stern Keltern (coach Christian Hergenroether)…led her team to the league finals and elevation from the second to the first division…from 2009-14 competed for BSG Ludwigsburg…in 2011 her team reached the German Final Four…in they played in the Elite Eight in the German National Youth League
ANDREA: Majoring in international business…the daughter of Stefania and Jochen Kohlhaas...lists cooking, shopping and spending time with her friends among things she likes to do when she is away from the court...hopes to pursue a career as a player in Germany after graduation and then become a business owner...Andrea Kohlhaas is a native of Bayreuth, Germany.