Fresno State at Pacific (women)

The Pacific women’s basketball team is minutes away from putting its perfect 5-0 record on the line against Fresno State on Wednesday night.

The Bulldogs won the regular season Western Athletic Conference title last season, but underwent a coaching change in the off-season. Former Utah State coach Raegen Pebley is now at the helm, but the Bulldogs are still led by junior guard Ki-Ki Moore (16 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists).

The Tigers will look to run as they always do, but Fresno State is known for its tough defense. Coach Lynne Roberts will look to use her depth to tire out the Bulldogs and also surround and frustrate Moore.

Pacific comes in averaging 68.2 points per game, while Fresno State has allowed 55.7 per game coming in, so where the final score settles will likely reflect who controls and wins the game. The higher the score, the better chance Pacific remains perfect.

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