'Dogs Set for Three Games in Five Days
Nov. 27, 2012
Game #4 - Nov. 28, 2012
Fresno State Bulldogs (2-1, 0-0 Mountain West) at Pacific Tigers (5-0, 0-0 Big West)
7 p.m. PT Alex G. Spanos Center (6,150) Stockton, Calif.
Radio: None Live Stats: gobulldogs.com
Series Record: 24-20, Fresno State Leads
Opening TipAfter being off for eight days, the Bulldogs sprint into action as the Fresno State women's basketball team plays three games in a five-day span. It begins on Wednesday, Nov. 28, when Fresno State heads up north on Route 99 to face the 5-0 Pacific Tigers at 7 p.m. in the Alex G. Spanos Center.
For Fresno State (2-1), this marks their second road contest of the season. Its first road game was back on Nov. 9, when the 'Dogs gave current No. 1-ranked Stanford all it could handle in a 72-61 season-opening loss.
Since that game, Fresno State won a pair of home games and have had five different players average double-figures scoring in the two victories.
Wednesday's road game is the only road contest for the Bulldogs in their current stretch where it see's 6-of-7 games being played at home through Dec. 8.
Junior guard Ki-Ki Moore continues to lead the Bulldogs by averaging 16.3 points and 6.0 rebounds through three games.
Fresno State has held opposing teams to a 38.9 percent clip shooting the ball this year and has out-rebounded its opponents by an average of 11.6 boards per game through its first three contests of the year.
Additionally, Fresno State's 62 offensive rebounds nearly match the 68 defensive rebounds its opponents have on the season. The Bulldogs are averaging 13.7 second-chance points per game and 18.7 points off of turnovers.
► Wednesday's game is the first of three games for the Bulldogs over the next five days.
► The Tigers (5-0) are one of 31 undefeated teams in Division I, and off to the program's best start since 1980-81.
► The Bulldogs lead the all-time series with Pacific, 24-20. Fresno State has won three-straight in the series, including a 61-52 victory at home last year over the Tigers. Fresno State's last trip to face Pacific in Stockton was on Dec. 1, 2010, when the 'Dogs won 66-64.
► Guard Rosie Moult had 13 points and 10 rebounds in last season's 61-52 win over Pacific. It is one of five double-doubles she has had in her career.
► Head coach Raegan Pebley went 4-2 against the Tigers when she was coach at Utah State. This is her first season at Fresno State.