Fresno State suddenly can't solve the Nevada women's basketball team.
The Bulldogs have been long dominant in the series, now leading 34-10, but Wednesday night suffered their second straight loss to the Wolf Pack with a 63-60 defeat in Reno.
Nevada (8-9, 3-3 Mountain West) a year ago snapped a 13-game losing streak in the series and picked up its first win in 21 games at Fresno State with a 60-54 victory at the Save Mart Center.
The Bulldogs (11-7, 5-2) twice seemed in control in this one in their bid to gain sole possession of the conference lead, only to see the Wolf Pack recover each time.
A 12-0 run by Fresno State, capped by a Bree Farley jumper off an assist by Taylor Thompson, erased a five-point halftime deficit and the Bulldogs stayed in front for most of the final 20 minutes.
Danika Sharp's jumper for the last of her team-best 15 points finally gave the Wolf Pack their first lead in more than 17 minutes of game action at 61-60 with 1:16 left.
Fresno State's Robin Draper subbed in but missed a 3-pointer with 42 seconds remaining and Nevada's Terilyn Moe followed with a layup to account for the final score.
The Bulldogs, coming out of a timeout with 7 seconds to play, worked the ball around the perimeter before Thompson's 3-point try in the final seconds bounced away.
Neither team shot it well, with the Bulldogs going 20 of 58 overall and missing all 12 of its second-half 3-point attempts to finish 4 of 21 from distance. Nevada was 22 for 67, including 3 of 14 on 3-pointers.
Fresno State lost the turnover battle, giving it away 17 times to the Wolf Pack's 12.
Thompson scored 11 of her game-high 17 points in the first half but Nevada erased its early deficits with a 20-4 run and eventually took a 38-33 lead into the locker room.
The Bulldogs were up as many as six in the opening 7 minutes, the last time at 18-12 on Draper's 3 with 13:09 remaining.
Nevada led 32-22 before Fresno State regained its footing. Alex Furr's 3-pointer and Toni Smith's layup off a Moriah Faulk assist cut it to 36-31 with 1:53 remaining until halftime.
Farley finished with 14 points and eight rebounds. Smith had 12 points and seven rebounds off the bench. Thompson added six rebounds and four assists and three steals.
The Wolf Pack hit 43% of their shots in the opening half. Fresno State hit 10 of 26 but stayed in it with the help of good free-throw (9 of 9) and 3-point (4 of 9) shooting.