Reno, Nev.—Yavianliz Rosado ended the 2014 season with the seventh-highest dig total in school history as the San José State volleyball team finished the year with a 3-0 loss at Nevada Tuesday night in a Mountain West match.
Rosado finished her first season in a Spartan uniform with 425 digs, good for seventh on the San José State single season list. She entered the match with 416 digs and passed Carrie Nash who had 420 digs in 2004.
Nandyala Gama led the Spartans with eight kills, while Sara Hibbs added seven. Tyanna Roy had nine digs, two aces and four kills, while Allison Meehan recorded 18 assists, six digs and two aces. Breann Robinson led the team with two blocks, one solo and one assist, and had five digs. Jamie Hirai contributed four digs and two kills.
The Spartans hit just .024 for the match, while Nevada hit .299. The only Spartan lead came at 1-0 in the third set on a Gama kill.
San José State finishes 2014 with a 4-27 overall record and 1-17 in the Mountain West.
Virginia Street Gym, Reno, Nev.
Nevada def. San José State 3-0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-15).
Kills – SJSU – Nandyala Gama 8; NEV – Tessa Lea’ea 13.
Records – San José State 4-27, 1-17; Nevada 8-20. 5-13.
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