Maci Murdock hit a blistering .692 while delivering 10 kills as the Fresno State volleyball team swept Nevada on Thursday.
The Bulldogs won the Mountain West Conference match in Reno 25-17, 25-19, 25-16.
Murdock also contributed four blocks, a dig and an assist as the Bulldogs improved to 14-9 overall and 8-3 in the MWC.
Marissa Brand had six of her 10 kills in the first set as Fresno State took control of the match and Korin Wild tallied four of her nine kills in the second set against the Wolf Pack (2-21, 0-11).
The Bulldogs have won seven of their past eight matches -- the lone loss coming to No. 12 Colorado State -- and are tied for second in the MW.
Fresno State's Neil Bautista shot a one-over 72 and was tied for 18th after the first round of the Pacific Invitational at the Stockton Country Club.
Bautista is seven strokes behind individual leader Joe Parkinson of BYU in the 59-player field. The Cougars lead the 12-team event at 277, while the Bulldogs are 11th at 301 heading into the second of three rounds starting at 8 a.m. Friday.
Women's tennis sneak preview: Bulldog Classic
-- Schedule: Play begins at 9 a.m. Friday at the Wathen Tennis Center, continues at 9 a.m. Saturday at Sierra Racquet Club and wraps up starting at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Wathen Center.
-- The skinny: The 14th annual event features five teams -- Fresno State, Cal Poly, Idaho, Portland State and Oregon -- as well as select players from Fresno Pacific and Fresno City College. Players in singles and doubles are divided into six flights, with Flights A-E playing a round-robin format and Flight F a 16-player bracket. ... Fresno State's Anne Susdorf, Aishwarya Agrawal, Anneka Watts, Tanya Murtagh, Sophie Watts, Rana Sherif Ahmed, Sofya Malysheva and Claire Yang will be in action.