Sweet's double tied it in the seventh
Nevada honors former player who has twice beaten cancer.
Nevada falls to San Diego State
McWilliams drives in Nevada's lone run
First career honor for the senior
We catch up with Erin Jones, who is having one of the best seasons in school history.
SENIOR (2014) - Academic All-Mountain West honoree ... Mountain West Player of the Week (3/18) ... appeared and started in 45 games for Nevada during her final season as the team's primary first baseman ... led the team and ranked seventh in the conference with a .377 batting average ... also led the team in on-base percentage (.493), ranking fifth in the league ... collected 46 hits in 122 at-bats, second-best hit total on the Wolf Pack ... 12 of her hits went for extra-bases, including nine doubles, a triple and two home runs ... drove in 26 runs and scored 28 more ... posted a .516 slugging percentage ... ranked second on the team with 26 walks ... was hit by two pitches ... collected three sacrifice hits ... was a perfect 3-of-3 on the base paths ... recorded 245 putouts, five assists and committed five errors for a team-high .980 fielding percentage ... compiled 13 multi-hit games, including a 4-for-4 performance against New Mexico (3/28) where she hit a double, a home run, scored two runs and drove in six ... hit a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate against Boise State (4/13) with two doubles and a run scored ... homered during the final series of the season against Fresno State (5/9), going 2-for-3 at the plate with a RBI and two runs scored ... went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and a RBI versus North Dakota (3/15)
JUNIOR (2013) - Had one of the most productive offensive seasons in the history of the program doing damage at the plate in a number of ways ... In 50 games during her junior season ... She tied the single-season record for doubles with 18 ... Hit .340 ... Homered five times ... Drove in 32 runs ... Walked 28 times Struck out only 15 times ... Was hit by seven pitches ... Slugged .565 for the best number on the team ... Was on base at a clip of .464, also the best among Nevada players ... Stole two bases without being thrown out
REDSHIRT (2012) - Did not compete due to injury
SOPHOMORE (2011) - Played in and started 31 games at third base for Nevada after transferring from Sacramento State, where she played for one season ... Was named second-team All-WAC by the conference's coaches ... Led the Pack with a .362 batting average, a .574 slugging percentage and a .429 on-base percentage ... Hit five home runs and drove in 21 runs on the season, while also putting together an eight-game hitting streak ... She ended the season with a seven-game hitting streak
HIGH SCHOOL - A graduate of Antioch (Calif.) High School ... Earned four varsity letters in softball at for head coach John Luis ... Was elected team captain each season from her sophomore to senior years ... Named one of the 150 best athletes in the Bay Area her senior year ... Also participated in student government
PERSONAL - Daughter of Marie and Doug Jones ... Has two siblings, Sierra, sister, and Devin, brother ... Would like to pursue a career in the medical field when her playing days are over ... Chose to transfer to Nevada because of the new opportunity it presented