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.
Megan Anderson and Danae Marquez each scored career-highs with 18 and 13 points, respectively.
The Spartans need a win to stay ahead of the Aggies in the MW standings.
SPARTAN NOTES: Has competed for one year as a Spartan.
2017-18: Appeared in 30 games with nine starts…averaged 5.4 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.0 blocks, 1.0 steals and 0.3 assists in 16.6 minutes per game…finished the season ranked 30th in the MW in rebounds, 4th among all freshman, and 8th in blocks, 3rd among all freshman…in MW play was 29th in rebounds (4.3/g), 4th among all freshman, and 4th in blocks (1.2/g), 2nd among all freshman…twice – at Santa Clara (11/28) and against Nevada (2/21) - logged a season-high 25 minutes…reached double-digit scoring three times – against Nevada and at San Diego State (2/24) - with a season-best 15 points coming at Pacific (11/24)…collected a season-best five steals against CSUN (12/7)…dished out a season-high two assists at Santa Clara and against UNLV (1/31)…grabbed 11 rebounds, a season-high, at Pacific, where she had the first double double of her college career (15 points, 11 rebounds)…swatted a season-high three shots at Air Force (1/13)…for the year shot .332 (68-for-205) from the floor and .446 (25-for-56) from the line. (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2017 graduate and four-year letterwinner at Etiwanda (Calif.) High School (coach Anders Anderson)…four-time Baseline League champion…2017 Baseline League MVP…2017 third-team MaxPreps.com All-State selection…in averaging 16 points and nine rebounds earned selection to the Los Angeles Times All-Area Team, Southern Section All-Open Division Team and was named the Inland Daily Bulletin All-Area Player of the Year and San Bernardino Sun All-Area Player of the Year…two-time All-Baseline League honoree…completed her high school career with a 40-0 league and 86-28 overall record…a first-team Inland Daily Bulletin All-Inland Valley performer as a junior.
MIKAYLAH: Plans to major in biological sciences…first name is pronounced “mah-KAY-lah”…played club ball with the Cal Sparks EYBL (coach Elbert Kinnebrew)…cousin Kenny Lawler was a seventh-round draft pick of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks…the daughter of Stephanie Hall…Mikaylah Rae Wilson is a native of San Diego, Calif.