The Spartans and Lobos split the season series, each winning on its home floor.
For both squads, the game has Mountain West Tournament seeding on the line.
The Spartans need a win to stay ahead of the Aggies in the MW standings.
Myzhanique Ladd enters the game 28 points from 1,000 for her Spartans' career.
Wednesday's game is the only regular-season meeting between the Spartans and Bulldogs.
SPARTAN NOTES: Competed for one year as a Spartan.
|Mountain West Scholar-Athlete|
|Academic All-Mountain West|
2017-18: Appeared in 13 games coming off the bench…averaged 0.4 points in 3.7 minutes per game…season-high in points, three, came at New Mexico (2/3) where she also grabbed a rebound…in nine minutes of action vs. CSUN (12/7), a season high, had two steals…had a season-best two rebounds at #8/7 UCLA (11/10). (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2017 graduate and four-year letterwinner at Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, Calif. (coach Sue Phillips)…as a senior lead her team to the West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) championship, Central Coast Section (CCS) Open Division championship, Northern California Open Division championship and played in the CIF Open Division championship game against teammates to be Danae Marquez and Megan Anderson…Mitty finished the 2016-17 season ranked second in the state and nation…won the CIF State Division II championship in 2015…two-time Northern California Division II champion…named a three-time All-Mercury News performer including a second-team selection as a sophomore…a member of two first-team CalHiSports.com All-State selection as a sophomore and second-team as a junior…three-time All-West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) honoree, including first-team honors as a sophomore and senior…won three WCAL and two CCS championships…completed her high school career with a 97-25 overall and 40-6 WCAL record.
HELEYNA: Undecided on a major…played club ball with the San Jose Cagers (coach Sue Phillips)…first name is pronounced “ha-LAIN-ah”…the daughter of Lori and Glenallen Hill…father played 13 seasons in Major League Baseball…Heleyna Ivory Hill is a native of Santa Cruz, Calif.