Junior center Jordan Moore scored a career best 28 points and had eight rebounds as the TCU women’s basketball team remained unbeaten after a a 82-58 victory over Texas State on Saturday at Schollmaier Arena in Fort Worth.
Toree Thompson lead TCU to a 32-point third quarter, knocking down four 3-pointers and dishing out five assists. The Horned Frogs made 11 consecutive shots to start the third period, including five 3-pointers with four coming from Thompson.
TCU (3-0) held Texas State (2-1) to 28 percent shooting, including just 6-of-29 from 3-point range.
The Frogs controlled the inside as they outscored Texas State 48-10 in the paint. Moore, who was 14-of-16 shooting, scored 26 of her 28 points down low and picked up five blocks on the defensive end. She also picked up five blocks.
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Amber Ramirez recorded seven assists and had four steals — a career high for the sophomore guard.
TCU next plays host to Yale (2-0) at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Bulldogs play at Kansas on Sunday before heading to Fort Worth.