Trailing 37-22 with 17:25 left in the game, Nevada (17-5, 10-2
Western Athletic Conference) went on a 31-8 scoring run to take the
lead 53-45 with 7:17 left.
Boise State (9-14, 3-9) narrowed the lead to 58-54 with 1:38
left, but six free throws by Sessions assured the victory for the
Sessions' previous career high was 17 points against Pacific
earlier this season.
Nevada shot only 29 percent in the first half and trailed Boise
State 33-22 at intermission.
The Wolf Pack hit only one field goal in the last 13:47 of the
first half and played all but two minutes during that time without
starter Kevinn Pinkney, who got in early foul trouble and ended the
game with nine points.
The Broncos hit three more field goals than Nevada, but the Wolf
Pack went to the free-throw line 36 times, converting on 28. Boise
State was 7 of 21 from the line.
Fazekas, who entered the game leading the WAC in scoring with a
21 point average, also grabbed 10 rebounds.