Senior Anissa Pinedo drove in three of the five Spartan Runs
The Spartans have broken three offensive records this year and are eyeing four more this weekend.
The Spartans hit .437 in the series with 20 extra-base hits including 11 home runs.
Spartans are 17-4 overall and 10-2 in MW play when they bang out double digit hits.
With the win, San José State improves its record against Nevada in Reno to 12-5.
|Academic All-Mountain West|
|San José State Scholar-Athlete|
2016: Made 31 appearances with nine starts, all in the outfield…batted .242 (8-for-33) with 14 runs, six RBI and five walks…appeared mostly as a base running specialist…on base percentage was .359 and slugged .273…drove in a season-high two runs vs. LIU Brooklyn (2/26) and at Utah State (4/10)…lone steal of the season came at Colorado State (4/3)…hit .500 with a runner on third and less than two outs…successfully advanced runners at a .368 clip. (Game-by-Game Stats)
2014: Four starts in 33 appearances...Used mainly as a pinch runner...Scored 11 runs with one run scored in three-straight games: at Santa Clara (3/14) and in both Princeton games (3/15-16)...15 at bats during the season...Singled at Colorado State with a run scored. (Game-by-Game Stats)
LA SALLE: Started every game her freshman season...Second on the team in runs (21), batted .280.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters in softball at Gilroy (Calif.) High School and Head Coach Julie Berrgren...Three-time First Team All-Tri-County Athletic League honoree and team's offensive MVP...All-Santa Clara County Second Team pick in 2010 and 2011...ESPN Rise Athlete Honorable Mention...Played club ball for San Jose Sting and Head Coach Bob Perales.
CASEY: Majoring in kinesiology with the intention of becoming an orthopedic surgeon...Enjoys shopping, working out and traveling...Casey Jacklyn Lester was born on April 6, 1994, in Santa Clara, Calif.