In the history of the series, the Spartans trail the Broncos 23-24.
In 42 season openers, the Spartans are 21-21.
The Spartan are one of the youngest teams in Division I women's basketball with 12 of its 15 players being underclassmen.
The deadline to RVSP to the event or purchase raffle tickets is April 5!
Ramos led the league in scoring by more than 9.5 points per game ahead of her nearest competitor.
|First Team All-Mountain West|
|Mountain West All-Tournament Team|
|Mountain West Preseason All-Conference Team|
|Mountain West Player of the Week (11/14-11/20)|
|Mountain West Player of the Week (12/26-1/1)|
|Mountain West Player of the Week (2/13-2/19)|
|Mountain West Newcomer of the Year|
|First Team All-Mountain West|
|Preseason Mountain West Newcomer of the Year|
|Rainbow Wahine Showdown All-Tournament Team|
2016-17: A starter in all 32 games…averaged 23.5 points, 5.1 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 34.7 minutes per game…scored in double digits 29 times including 19 times with at least 20 points, nine times with at least 30 points and once with 40 points…her 40 point game, vs. Nevada (12/29) is the second highest scoring game in Spartans history, the highest in the Mountain West in 2016-17 and the second most in MW history…on five occasions was perfect from the free throw line, with a minimum of six attempts, including going 10-for-10 vs. Santa Clara (11/20), the best effort in the Mountain West this year…drained a career-high 7 three pointers at Air Force (1/28)…twice – vs. Nevada and at Utah State – poured in 14 buckets…had five steals against Nevada…among three double digit assists nights, had a career-high 12 at San Diego State (2/8)…season-best seven rebounds came at UNLV (1/28)…twice played a single-game high of 44 minutes – at Colorado State (1/4) and Fresno State (2/15)…on the program’s single-season list ranks first in scoring (752), field goals (259), field goal attempts (673), scoring average (23.5)…second in three-point field goals (83) and three-point field goal attempts (242)…fourth in free throws (151) and free throw percentage (.863)…eighth in assists (163)…ninth in free throw attempts (175)…in the Mountain West ranked first in scoring (752) and three-pointers (83), second in free throw percentage (.863), fourth in assists (163) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.6:1), 14th in three-point percentage (.343)…had the seven highest scoring games in the conference. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2015-16: Made 24 starts in 29 total appearances…averaged 18.1 points, 4.1 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 31.7 minutes per game…led the team in minutes, field goals, field goal attempts, three-pointers, three-point attempts, free throws, free throw attempts, assists and total points…526 points are the seventh most in a season for a Spartan…62 three-pointers rank sixth on the program’s single-season list…her .839 free throw percentage (104-124) is the fourth highest in Spartans single-season history…points per game average ranked second in the Mountain West and 59th in the nation…total points for the season ranked 98th in the country and second in the conference…free throw percentage ranked 46th in the NCAA and third in the Mountain West…reached double digit scoring in 27 games including a team-high 31 points against South Dakota (12/8)…was the 24th player in SJSU history to surpass 30 point in a game…hits a single-game best five three-pointers against New Mexico State (12/17)…three times – against Hawai’i (12/22), at San Diego State (2/20) and against Utah State (2/27) pulled down a single-game high six rebounds… single-game best eight assists came against UNLV (2/10)…picked the pocket of four Air Force Falcons (1/2), a season-best…ranked in the top-five in the conference in assists/turnover ratio, assist per game, field goal attempts, field goals, free throws, free-throw percentage, points per game, three-point field goals per game and three-point field goal percentage. (Game-by-Game Stats)
WEBER STATE: Played two seasons for the Wildcats...started in 50 of 58 appearances...averaged 10.4 points, 3.5 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Hunter High School (coach Steve White) in West Valley, Utah...was a first-team all-state honoree as a senior as well as Region 2 and team MVP...named Utah High School Female Athlete of the Year as a senior... first-team all-state as a junior...as a sophomore at Bingham High School received all-state recognition, Region 3 and team MVP honors...a Deseret News Honorable Mention and Region 3 second-team selection as a freshman...compete in volleyball.
DEZZ: Earned a bachelors degree in philosophy in May 2017...hopes to play professional basketball after graduation...the daughter of Jemima and Jesus Ramos...in her spare time enjoys spending time outdoors and with her family...Desiree "Dezz" Ramos is a native of West Valley, Utah.