Nevada caps two-game road swing at Boise State

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The Last Meeting
Boise State80
February 27, 2013
Reno, Nev.
Boise State Defeats Nevada, 80-62
The University of Nevada women's basketball team closed out a two-game home stand with an 80-62 loss to Boise State Wednesday evening at Lawlor Events Center.

NEVADA WOLF PACK (7-8,2-2 MW) AT BOIse State (6-8, 1-2 MW)

JAN. 15, 2014



6 P.M. PT


INTERNET BROADCAST: The game will be streamed live on the Mountain West Network at www.NevadaWolfPack.TV (web/mobile). An audio-only broadcast, featuring the Wolf Pack Radio Network call, is available at

RADIO: Don Marchand (play-by-play) has the call in Northern Nevada on ESPN Radio 1450 AM. Pregame show starts 15 minutes before tip-off.

SERIES: Boise State leads the overall series between the teams at 32-14. Nevada is just 4-20 in games played in the series in Boise (10-13 in Reno).

LAST MEETING: The Wolf Pack fell 80-62 to the Broncos at Lawlor Events Center last year and lost both meetings to Bosie State in 2012-13.


Coming off a resounding road win at Utah State, the Nevada women’s basketball team looks to end a two-game raod swing with another victory as it travels to Boise State to take on the Broncos Wednesday night at the Taco Bell Arena. At 2-2 in conference play, Nevada has already equaled it’s MW win total from last season, just four games in to league play. The Wolf Pack has a chance to even it’s overall record at .500 as it enters the game 7-8 on the year. Despite falling twice to Boise State last year, Nevada has won three of the last five meetings and five of the last eight contests overall.



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