Team & individual bests punctuate a Spartan win over the Mountain West leader.
This will be the first time these programs have met since a 59-47 Spartans win in the 2002-03 season.
SJSU holds an 8-4 advantage against the Matadors in the all-time series.
With a win over USF on Friday, the Spartans can run their record against WCC opponents to 2-1 this year.
In the history of the series, the Spartans trail the Broncos 23-24.
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SPARTAN NOTES: Completed her Spartans' career in 2016-17...is the 15th player in program history to reach 1,000 points for her career and finished #8 on the program's career scoring list with 1,234 points...tied for the career high in games played in a career (122)...also ranked in the top-25 on the program's all-time list in field goals (#7, 527), field goal attempts (#12, 1,069), field goal percentage (#5, .493), free throws ( #21, 180), free throw attempts (#12, 347), rebounds (#4, 819), rebounding average (#14, 6.7/g), defensive rebounds (#4, 451), offensive rebounds (#2, 368), steals (#19, 132) and starts (#10, 76).
|San José State Scholar-Athlete|
|Mountain West All-Freshman Team|
|Cal-Classic All-Tournament Team|
2016-17: A starter in all 30 games in which she appeared…averaged 12.1 points, 8.2 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.0 assist in 30.2 minutes per game…had a team-leading 10 doubles, including a stretch of seven straight games (12/18-to-1/14) with a double double…scored a season and career-high 26 points at Nevada (2/28), one of 18 games in which she reached double-digit scoring…recorded 11 double digit rebounding games with a single-game high 15 at Colorado State (1/4)…personal best seven steals at Nebraska (12/9)…recorded two blocks in back-to-back games – vs. Stanislaus State (12/18) and vs. Nevada (12/29)…scored double digit field goals four times including a career-high 12 at Nevada…played a single-game high 42 minutes twice – at Colorado State (1/4) and vs. San Diego State (1/11)…single game high in made free throws was four – vs. Nevada and vs. New Mexico (2/4)…ranked first on the team in rebounding and field goal percentage, was second in scoring, steals and blocks…on the program’s single season list, her .548 shooting ranks 3rd, her 245 rebounds are the 16th most in a season, 115 offensive boards rank 2nd…in the Mountain West ranked second in field goal percentage (.548), fifth in rebounding, 14th in scoring, 15th in steals, first in offensive rebounds and 15th in defensive rebounds…her 12-for-15 shooting performance (.800) was the second best in the conference in 2016-17…established career-highs for points, field goals, field goal attempts, field goal percentage and rebounds. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2015-16: Appeared in all 30 games, starting in 29 games…averaged 9.4 points, 6.2 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 0.4 steals in 19.5 minutes per game…had the team’s highest shooting percentage (.482) and ranked second in total rebounds (186) and first in offensive boards (89)…was third in the team with 13 double-figure scoring efforts and led the squad in scoring seven times…twice – at CSU Bakersfield (11/22) and against South Dakota (12/8) scored a season-high 18 points…against CSU Bakersfield also had her best rebounding effort with 13…had a steal in 13 games…10 times dished out a game-best two assists…in six games, making at least five buckets, shot over .700 including a team and season-best 6-for-7 (.857) at Utah State (12/30)…ranked fourth in the Mountain West in offensive rebounds, seventh in rebounding, ninth in field goal percentage, 26th in scoring. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2014-15: Appeared in all 32 games making 11 starts...averaged 8.4 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 15.0 minutes per game...led the team with a .463 shooting percentage...her 8.5 ppg ranked 28th in the Mountain West...was 14th in the conference in steals per game (1.4) and 15th in offensive rebounds (2.1/g)...third among the team in total rebounds (157), second in offensive boards (63) and fourth in steals (41)...among 14 double figure scoring efforts, scored a season-high 23 against Columbia (11/16) and had a career-best five steals in that game...recorded three double digit rebound games with a single game high of 12 against Air Force (1/7)...two blocked shots at San Diego State (2/21) was her best effort for the season...against Columbia launched a career-high 20 shots...took the first two three-point attempts of her career versus Southern Oregon (12/2) and at UNLV (3/6), both were half-time buzzer beating attempts...had 19 points and two steals against #14 California (11/28) on her way to Cal Classic All-Tournament honors. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2013-14: Made seven starts while appearing in all 30 games...averaged 10.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.1 assists in 23.0 minutes per game...ranked second in the Mountain West in offensive rebounds (3.4/g), third in total rebounds, seventh in field goal percentage (.468) and ninth in defensive rebounds (4.3/g)...led the team in field goal percentage...second on the team in rebounds (231) and first in offensive boards (101)...third in steals (38) and fourth in blocks (18)...nine double digit rebounding games are third most in the conference (most by any freshman) and second on the team...single-game high 16 boards came at Utah State (3/1)...has eight double doubles, most of any freshman in the Mountain West and second overall and tops on the team...recorded 18 double figure scoring games with a season high 25 points vs. San Francisco State (11/8)...dished out a season-best four assist vs. Wyoming (1/18)...top steals performance was four vs. San Francisco State...single-game high of three blocks came vs. Utah State (1/4)...had season-bests in free throw attempts (12) and makes (7) at Utah State...three times hit double figure field goals in a game, with a high of 11 at Sacramento State (12/7). (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2012 graduate of Bellarmine Jefferson High School (Coach Jaclyn Johnson) in Burbank, Calif. ...averaged 15.2 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 2.3 steals and earned first-team All-CIF Division IIIA honors for the four-time reigning Santa Cruz League Champions. As a junior she averaged 12 points and was a pivotal member of the 2009 Bell-Jeff State Championship team. In 2010, the team reached the state semifinals and Smith earned second-team All- CIF honors. In addition to basketball Jasmine participated in track and field, volleyball and cross country.
JASMINE: Earned a bachelors degree in psychology in May 2017...enjoys singing, playing guitar and violin...the daughter of Monica and William Smith...Jasmine Smith is a native of Los Angeles, Calif.