Alexandra Luna and Jacey Phipps each hit two-run homers in the Spartans 7-5 victory.
The Spartans got just four hits and just one after the second inning in a 3-2 loss.
Five Spartans had multi-hit games, including Desiree Reyes who drive in a game-high three runs.
SJSU is in second place in teh Mountain West entering the weekend.
The Spartans managed just three hits, but Caroline Bowman kept the team in the game scattering seven hits and giving up just one run.
|NFCA Division I All-Pacific Region - Second Team|
|First Team All-Mountain West
|Mountain West Player of the Week - Apr. 26|
2017: Made 56 starts in the outfield in 56 total appearances…batted .253 (39-for-134) with 30 runs and 22 RBIs…in three games in the NCAA Regional, batted .714 (5-for-7), with a double and homer, scored two runs, drove in another and collected two walks…nine doubles ranked third on the team…enjoyed a two five game hitting streaks…scored twice in a game, which was a season-high, five times…had 10 two-hit efforts…drove in a season-best three runs against Portland State (2/24) and vs. Nevada (3/18) among six multi-RBI games…collected her lone triple of the season vs. Boise State (4/13)…five homers were the second most on the team…worked pitchers for 40 base on balls including a three-walk game against Iowa State (3/11)…swiped eight bags including a single-game best two against Rhode Island (2/24)…ranked first in the MW in walks…finished the regular season third in the conference in total plate appearances and 15th in steals…hit .447 (21-for-47) leading off…was successful in advancing runners in 44 out of 105 opportunities (.415) and with two outs, her eight RBIs ranked fourth on the team…finished with a .411 on base percentage of and a .422 slugging percentage…had 78 putouts and five assists and a 1.000 fielding percentage. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2016: A starter in 51 of the 52 games in which she appeared…batted .351 (60-for-171) with 56 runs and 49 RBI…56 runs led the team as did her 12 home runs and 27 walks…slugged .661 with a .440 on-base percentage…was a prefect 15-for-15 in steals…ranked second in hits, triples (2), RBI and total bases (113) and was third in doubles (13)…strung together a season-best seven-game hit streak from 2/11 to 2/19…scored a season-high four runs at Boise State (5/6)…four times rapped out three hits in a game vs. UNLV (3/29), at Nevada (4/22), vs. Fresno State (4/30) & New Mexico (5/13)…four-hit games were vs. UTEP (2/20), Colgate (3/17), UNLV (3/29) & at Utah State (4/10)…swiped a season-best two bases at Colorado State (4/3)…defensively had eight assists and a .943 fielding percentage. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2015: Made three starts, all in the outfield, in 53 appearances...deployed mainly as a pinch runner and defensive specialist...batted .103 (3-for-29) with 17 runs...ranked second on the team with five stolen bases (5-for-7)...one of three hits was a double at San Diego State (4/10)...other two hits came in a start against Loyola-Chicago (2/14) and versus Nevada (5/3)...scored a season-high three runs versus Loyola-Chicago and had back-to-back games with two runs each at San Diego State (4/10 & 4/11)...had 26 chances in the field and recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage. (Game-by-Game Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2013 graduate of Santiago High School in Corona, Calif....a four-year letterwinner (coach John Perez)...reached CIF Division I state finals three times and won two championships...twice won Big 8 Conference championship...earned All-Big 8 Conference honors as a junior.
BRITTANY: Majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in communication...wants to pursue a career as a nurse...played club ball for California Lite (coach Pam Newton)...the daughter of Gerry and Chris Abacherli...a native of Corona, Calif., Brittany Nicole Abacherli was born July 4, 1995.