The No. 24-ranked TCU women’s basketball team couldn’t stop the red-hot No. 3 Baylor Bears, falling 83-63 at the Ferrell Center Saturday night.
With the loss, TCU has now lost three straight games, all against ranked teams.
The Horned Frogs (16-8, 7-6 Big 12) found themselves down 20 at the half, due largely to some significant foul trouble. TCU did manage to play Baylor (23-1, 13-0 Big 12) to an even score in the final 20 minutes, however.
Jayde Woods led TCU with a career-high 14 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, while Amber Ramirez added 12 points of her own.
Foul trouble was the story of the first half as TCU’s top two scorers, Amy Okonkwo and Jordan Moore, were only able to play six minutes combined, including none in the second quarter.
Kalani Brown led Baylor with 23 points while Lauren Cox added 16.
The Frogs look to bounce back as they host Iowa State Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
UTA men's basketball beats Texas State 70-68
Kevin Hervey’s season-high 33 points and eight rebounds propelled the University of Texas-Arlington men’s basketball team over Texas State 70-68 Saturday night at College Park Center.
A product of Arlington's Bowie High School, Hervey’s 33 points came from a 11-of-21 shooting night, including four triples. Hervey's eight boards eight rebounds moved him into sole possession of first place in UTA career history.
UTA (16-10, 7-6 Sun Belt), trailing by three points at halftime, used a 34-point second half rally over Texas State (14-12, 7-6 Sun Belt) to force overtime.
Hervey and Erick Neal were the lone scorers in overtime for the Mavs. Neal finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and five assists.
Up next, the Mavs return to the court Thursday, traveling to face UL-Monroe at 7 p.m.
UTA women's basketball snags close win over Texas State
Miranda LeJune used a career-high 13 point outing to lift the UTA women’s basketball team 61-59 over Texas State on Saturday at College Park Center.
UTA (14-10, 8-5 Sun Belt) outlasted Texas State (16-8, 9-4 Sun Belt) in its third overtime game of the season despite the lead changing 20 times over the course of the contest.
After Texas State opened overtime with a 3-pointer and quick 57-55 lead, the Lady Mavs scored six of the final eight points to secure the win at home, with Richards sinking a pair of free throws and a basket at the rim to provide the difference.
Shelby Richards was the late-game hero, notching 14 points and four rebounds in 36 minutes, sinking a career-best eight free throws.
LeJune proved her senior experience, knocking down three 3-pointers in the first-half.
The Lady Mavs return to action on Thursday to face UL-Monroe at 5 p.m.