Myzhanique Ladd enters the game 28 points from 1,000 for her Spartans' career.
SJSU led by 16 points in the second quarter and held on for the three point win.
The Spartans never trailed until the final second of the game.
The Spartans led, 61-59, going into the fourth quarter.
Wednesday's game is the only regular-season meeting between the Spartans and Bulldogs.
SPARTAN NOTES: In her second year as a Spartan.
2016-17: Appeared, as a reserve, in all 32 of the team’s games…averaged 4.3 points, 1.8 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 12.2 minutes per game…ranked third on the team with 59 assists with a single-game best of seven at Fresno State (1/7)…reached double-digit scoring in two games with a season-high 16 points coming in a win at Air Force (2/18)…led all freshman with 37 rebounds including a single-game high three boards at New Mexico State (11/11) and against Nevada (12/29)…shot .833 (40-for-48) from the free throw line, second highest percentage on the team, including a 7-for-7 effort at Boise State (1/21)…three times – vs. Nevada, at Fresno State (1/7) and at Wyoming (1/18) – had a season-best two steals…played a single-game high 25 minutes at Air Force where she made a six field goals a high for the season. (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2016 graduate of Liberty High School in Henderson, Nev...competed at Liberty for two years (coach Chad Kapanui)…two-time Las Vegas Sun Preseason Super Seven honoree…two-time Las Vegas Review Journal First-Team All-State…two-time co-league MVP…two-time team MVP.
TAYLOR: Majoring in business with an emphasis in entrepreneurship...hopes to pursue a playing career after graduation and be a business owner…enjoys spending time with friends in her spare time…played club ball for the Henderson Heat (coach Wesely Reed)…daughter of Linda and Rodney Turney…Taylor Jordan Turney is a native of Henderson, Nev.