|Vandals visit Nevada|
The Idaho women' basketball team will look for redemption Saturday as it visits Nevada at 7 p.m. in Western Athletic Conference action.
Nevada enters the game with a 5-19 overall record and a 1-8 mark in WAC play. The Wolf Pack's lone WAC win came over the Vandals (8-18, 3-7 WAC) in Moscow on Jan. 23. The visiting team has now won each of the last three games in the series, which Idaho leads 17-16 overall.
Idaho sophomore Alyssa Charlston ranks fourth in the league in WAC games with 15.8 points per game, and second with 10.1 rebounds, while her 49.2 field goal percentage ranks seventh. Freshman Krissy Karr averages 4.2 assists per game in WAC play, good for third best in the league, and is also shooting 36.4 percent from long range in WAC games, the seventh best percentage in the league.
The Vandals will have to slow down Nevada's Kate Kevorkin, who averages a team-best 15.8 points per game and poured in 18 points on 5-of-11 shooting in the first matchup this year. Amanda Johnson and Chanelle Brennan also went 5-for-11 from the field in Moscow on Jan. 23, and each finished with 15 points.
The Vandals will play their final road game of the season on Feb. 25 at Utah State before closing out the regular season in the Cowan Spectrum against San Jose State on March 1 and Hawai'i on March 3.