Nov. 20, 2012
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - 10 kills from Tessa Lea'ea and 11 digs from Kara Kasser were not enough to propel the University of Nevada volleyball team by San Diego State on Tuesday night, as the Wolf Pack fell 3-0 (13-25, 11-25, 17-25) to the Aztecs in the final match of the 2012 regular season.
Nevada fell to 4-25 (1-15 MW) with the loss, while San Diego State improved to 23-7 (13-3 MW) and clinched at least a share of the Mountain West title with the win.
Lea'ea pushed her season total in kills to 336 by getting into double digits on 20 attacks. She committed only one error to post a .450 hitting percentage.
Kasser served as the Nevada libero and committed only one error to juxtapose her 11 digs. She concluded her first regular season in the Silver and Blue with 273 digs, second on the team to senior Kelly Chang, who has 297.
Taylar Rothfuss passed for an assist 20 times on Tuesday night in direction of the Wolf Pack attack. As a team, Nevada had 22 kills, 21 assists and nine blocks.