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No. 11 Texas Tech Faces No. 5 Notre Dame

Plenette Pierson and No. 11 Texas Tech take on No. 5 Notre Dame Saturday in Memphis, Tennessee.

Plenette Pierson and No. 11 Texas Tech take on No. 5 Notre Dame Saturday in Memphis, Tennessee.
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March 21, 2000

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LUBBOCK, Tex. - 11th-ranked Texas Tech is the No. 3 seed will play No. 2 seed and fifth-ranked Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Mideast Regional at The Pyramid in Memphis, Tenn. on Saturday, March 25. The game will be televised on espn2 at 1:30 p.m. It will be the third meeting between the two schools.

The Lady Raiders
Texas Tech owns a 27-4 mark and captured its third straight Big 12 regular-season title with a 13-3 mark along with Iowa State and Oklahoma, who both are also playing in the Sweet 16 this weekend. Senior Aleah Johnson leads the Lady Raiders in scoring with a 14.6 average followed by freshman Plenette Pierson at 13.7, senior Keitha Dickerson at 12.1 and junior Katrisa O'Neal at 10.6. Dickerson is Tech's top rebounder as she is averaging 10.2 boards per outing, which is first in the Big 12. Senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies has a team-high 176 assists, while Pierson owns a team-best 22 blocks and O'Neal has 103 steals.

The Lady Raiders are shooting 44.0 percent from the field, 34.0 percent from the three-point arc and 61.7 percent from the charity stripe.

Scouting the Opponent
Notre Dames enters the game with a 27-4 record after beating George Washington, 95-60, last Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Notre Dame, Ind. In that game, the Irish had all five starters score in double figures led by senior Niele Ivey with a game-high 23 points followed by senior Danielle Green with 16, senior Julie Henderson and junior All-American Ruth Riley with 16 apiece and freshman Alicia Ratay with 11 points. Henderson grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds, while junior Kelley Siemon dished out five assists. Notre Dame shot 51.9 percent (28-54) from the field, 50 percent (6-12) from the three-point arc and 73.3 percent (33-45) from the charity stripe.

On the year, Riley paces the Irish in scoring with a 16.1 average followed by Ratay at 14.4, Green at 11.5 and Ivey at 11.3. Riley is the top rebounder with a 7.3 average, while Ivey has team highs of 190 assists and 89 steals. Riley is also the top shot blocker with 81 blocks on the year.

Notre Dame is shooting 50.3 percent from the field, 40.7 from three-point range and 71.3 percent from the free throw line.

Muffet McGraw is in her 13th season at the helm of the Irish, establishing a record of 288-114. She is also in her 18th season as a head coach with a 376-155 overall record.

Series Record
It is the third meeting between Texas Tech and Notre Dame with the series tied at 1-1 overall and in the Marsha Sharp era. In their last meeting, the Irish were victorious, 74-59, March 14, 1998 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Lubbock, Texas. Tech won the first contest, 82-67, on March 17, 1996 also in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Lubbock.

2000 NCAA Tournament - Mideast Regional - Sweet 16

No. 2 Seed #5/6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (27-4)
vs. No. 3 Seed #11 Texas Tech Lady Raiders (27-4)

March 25, 2000 - Memphis, Tenn. - 1:30 p.m.(espn2)
The Pyramid (20,000)

Probable Starters

Texas Tech Lady Raiders
Head Coach: Marsha Sharp (433-133, 18th season)

Pos.Name (Ht., Yr., Hometown)PPGRPGFG%FT%
F-15Aleah Johnson (6-1, Sr., Carrollton, Texas)14.64.5.480.711
F-25Keitha Dickerson (6-0, Sr., Elk City, Okla.)12.110.2.498.558
C-54Plenette Pierson (6-1, Fr., Kingwood, Texas)13.76.8.523.567
G-3Melinda Schmucker-Pharies (5-9, Sr., Nazareth, Texas)7.63.1.341.649
G-24Katrisa O'Neal (5-6, Jr., Plainview, Texas)10.63.5.360.721

Top Reserves

Pos.Name (Ht., Yr., Hometown)PPGRPGFG%FT%
G-32Amber Tarr (6-0, So., Ozona, Texas)5.42.0.397.619
C-34Tanisha Ellison (6-1, So., Houston, Texas)4.53.6.535.544
G-1Courtney Pastner (5-5, Fr., Kingwood, Texas)1.20.7.286.300

Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Head Coach: Muffet McGraw (288-114, 13th season)

Pos.Name (Ht., Yr., Hometown)PPGRPGFG%FT%
F-22Alicia Ratay (5-11, Fr., Lake Zurich, Ill.)14.45.0.502.840
F-32Julie Henderson (6-3, Sr., Ann Arbor, Mich.)5.14.5.504.634
C-00Ruth Riley (6-5, Jr., Macy, Ind.)16.17.3.613.806
G-12Danielle Green (5-8, Sr., Chicago, Ill.)11.54.0.488.796
G-33Niele Ivey (5-8, Sr., St. Louis, Mo.)11.33.5.445.740

A Look Back
(AP) - Plenette Pierson scored 19 points Monday night to lead Texas Tech to a 76-59 triumph against Tulane in an NCAA women's Mideast Regional second-round game.

Pierson paced a balanced scoring attack for third-seeded Texas Tech (27-4). Aleah Johnson, Katrisa O'Neal and Tanisha Ellison each added 12 points.

Tech broke open a close game late in the first half,putting together a 10-2 run that turned a 24-22 lead into a 36-24 halftime advantage. The flurry was punctuated by back-to-back 3-pointers from Amber Tarr and Keitha Dickerson, who hit a running shot from beyond the top of the key as time expired.

The Lady Raiders pushed the lead to as many as 16 points during the opening stages of the second half, but sixth-seeded Tulane (27-5) sliced the gap to 49-39 at the 10:24 mark on a pair of free throws by Grace Daley, who led all scorers with 24 points.

Tech answered with a 15-foot jumper from Tarr, a follow shot by Ellison and a layup by O'Neal to make it 55-39 with 8:17 left. Tulane got no closer than 13 points the rest of the way.

Fabrecia Roberson was the only other Tulane player in double figures with 12 points.

Lady Raider Head Coach Marsha Sharp

One of the most respected and well-known coaches in Texas Tech history, head coach Marsha Sharp is 433-133 in her 18th year at the helm of the Lady Raiders. The 1999 Big 12 Coach of the Year, for the second consecutive year, has led the Lady Raiders to 12 NCAA Tournament appearances, including 10 consecutive, and five NCAA Sweet 16 appearances and the NCAA National Championship in 1993. While in the SWC, coach Sharp and the Lady Raiders never finished below third, they won or shared the last five championships, and they captured three Post-Season Classic titles. Sharp claimed her 400th career victory last season in the 83-71 win at Colorado on Feb. 24, 1999.

A 1974 graduate of Wayland Baptist University, Sharp was named the National Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1994. She also reaped SWC Coach of the Year honors seven times, five consecutively.

Texas Tech in the NCAA Tournament
Texas Tech is making its 13th appearance in the NCAA Tournament and its 11th consecutive bid into the event. The Lady Raiders have now advanced to Sweet 16 six times, the Elite Eight two times, the Final Four once and won the National Championship in 1993. Tech owns a 2-4 record in the Sweet 16.

Common Opponents
This year Texas Tech and Notre Dame had just one opponent in common as both team beat Southern California. The Lady Raiders won at USC, 66-63, in overtime on Nov. 29, while the Irish were victorious, 74-59, on Dec. 27 in Notre Dame, Ind.

NCAA Stats
As of games through March 13, Texas Tech is ninth in the nation in scoring defense at 55.9. Tech is also 11th in won-lost percentage at .862 and 18th in scoring margin at 14.2.

Junior Katrisa O'Neal is 22nd in steals with a 3.2 average and senior Keitha Dickerson ranks 22nd in rebounding with a 10.2 average.

Dickerson Closing in on 1,000
Senior Keitha Dickerson needs just 11 points to reach the 1,000-point plateau. Dickeson currently has 989 points and is averaging 12.1 points a game.

Johnson Matches Career High
Senior Aleah Johnson matched her career high of 22 points in the Lady Raiders NCAA Tournament first round win over Tennessee Tech March 18.

O'Neal Up to Second on All-Time Steals List
Junior Katrisa O'Neal's four steals against Tulane March 20 gave her sole possession of second on Tech's all-time list for steals with 268. O'Neal needs 35 more steals to tie Camille Franklin (83-86) for first.

Only Big 12 School Undefeated at Home
Texas Tech wrapped up the regular season with a 14-0 record at home and then won two NCAA Tournament games in Lubbock to conclude the home schedule with a 16-0 mark. Texas Tech is the only Big 12 school to go undefeated at home this season.

11th Straight 20-Win Season
With the victory over Nebraska Feb. 16, Texas Tech claimed its 11th straight 20-win season and its 15th 20-win season under head coach Marsha Sharp. During the Sharp era, Tech has compiled three 30-win seasons, including last year's record of 30-4.

Big 12 Conference Honors
Freshman Plenette Pierson was named the Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year, while senior Keitha Dickerson received second-team All-Big 12 honors and senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection.

Big 12 Media Teams
Senior Keitha Dickerson was named first-team All-Big 12 by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Dallas Morning News and was a second-team selection by the San Antonio Express-News. Senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies was named second-team by the San Antonio Express-News. Freshman Plenette Pierson received Freshman of the Year honors by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the San Antonio Express-News and the Dallas Morning News. By the Kansas City Star, Dickerson was named to the All-Defensive team and the All-Underrated team, while Pierson was named to the All-Freshman team and junior Katrisa O'Neal to the All-Improved team.

Pierson and O'Neal Receive WBJ Honors
The Women's Basketball Journal named freshman Plenette Pierson as one of its 10 Freshmen All-Americans and junior Katrisa O'Neal one of its 10 Defensive All-Americans. Pierson was the only player from the Big 12 among the Freshman All-Americans, while Nebraska's Nicole Kubik joined O'Neal as a Defensive All-American.

Third Straight Big 12 Title
The over Baylor on Feb. 29 gave the Texas Tech Lady Raiders their third straight Big 12 Conference title. After being picked to finish fifth in the preseason Big 12 Conference poll, Tech claimed a share of the Big 12 title with Iowa State and Oklahoma.

31 Straight Big 12 Wins at Home
Texas Tech finished the regular season with a 31-game winning streak for Big 12 home games. The Lady Raiders hold a 31-1 record in Big 12 games played in Lubbock. The last time and the only Big 12 home loss came against Oklahoma State in a 78-56 loss Jan. 8, 1997.

Home Court Streak
The Lady Raiders currently hold a 29-home game winning streak. Tech's streak ranks them third among NCAA Division I home-court winning streaks. Grambling currently has the number one streak at 66 games.

Lady Raiders in the Polls
Since January 20, 1992, the Lady Raiders have been ranked in the Top 25 in the Associated Press poll and/or the USA Today/ESPN poll, a total of 153 weeks. That includes this week's rankings of 11th by the AP and in the USA Today/ESPN poll.

Getting the Minutes
This season, Texas Tech has been putting its starters to work. Four of the five are averaging 31-plus minutes a game, including senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies who is averaging a team-high 36.2 minutes a game. Senior Keitha Dickerson is averaging 33.8 minutes, junior Katrisa O'Neal at 33.7, senior Aleah Johnson at 31.8 and freshman Plenette Pierson at 26.7 minutes per contest.

Schmucker-Pharies Has Season Highs vs. Colorado
Senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies recorded a season-high six rebounds, while matching her season high of five steals and her career high of four three-point baskets.

Most Points of the Season
Texas Tech scored its most points of the season in its last regular-season game of the year with 105 points vs. Baylor Feb. 29. Tech scored 102 points vs. Southwest Texas State Nov. 26. The 105 points was the most for the Lady Raiders since beating Texas A&M, 109-75, March 5, 1994.

Schmucker-Pharies Has Her Day
Senior Melinda Schmucker-Pharies in now Texas Tech's all-time career leader in assists with 574. She became the all-time leader at Oklahoma State Feb. 26. In that game, she played all 40 minutes and did not commit a turnover. It marked the first time all year that she played all 40 minutes without a turnover and the fourth game of the season without a turnover.

Big 12 Player of the Week
Senior Keitha Dickerson was named the Big 12 Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for games from Feb. 14-20. She averaged 17.5 points and 9.0 rebounds while leading Texas Tech to wins over Nebraska and No. 18/20 Oklahoma. She connected on 13-of-20 field goal attempts for a .650 percentage and 9-of-14 free throws for a .643 percentage. Dickerson also contributed eight assists and four steals.

Player Notes

#1 Courtney Pastner
Has played in 17 games...scored career-high six points vs. Southwest Texas State Nov. 26 as she hit two three-point baskets...had a career-high three rebounds vs. Colorado Jan. 12...grabbed two rebounds and had a steal against SWT...scored five points vs. Lamar Dec. 15, while adding two assists...had a career-high two steals at Central Florida Dec. 19 and vs. Santa Clara Jan. 5...also had two assists at UCF and vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15...scored four points, including one three-pointer, grabbed two rebounds and had an assist vs. Baylor Feb. 29.

#3 Melinda Schmucker-Pharies
Has started all 31 games...named first-team Academic All-Big 12 and honorable mention All-Big 12 this year...also named second-team All-Big 12 by the San Antonio Express-News...leads the team in assists with 176...ranks first on Tech's all-time career list for assists...had a season-high 13 assists at Texas A&M Jan. 29...scored a season-high 18 points at Oklahoma State Feb. 26...also matched her career-high four three-pointers at OSU...dished out 10 assists at TCU Dec. 22...scored 13 points vs. Lamar Dec. 15, also hit three three-pointers...scored 10 points, while hitting two three-point baskets at New Mexico Dec. 8...scored nine points vs. SMU Dec. 4...played all 45 minutes in win at USC Nov. 29... played all 40 minutes in the win over LSU Nov. 20...dished out a team-high 11 assists against Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...had a season-high five steals against Rice Nov. 23 and at Kansas State Jan. 18...recorded first block of the season at Kansas State and then another one at Texas Feb. 23...hit three three-pointers vs. Kansas Jan. 22...has had a season-high five rebounds three times this year...had 13 point and three three-pointers vs. Texas Feb. 3...matched her season highs of five rebounds and five steals at Missouri Feb. 8...scored 12 points vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...scored 14 points and dished out nine assists in playing all 50 minutes in the win at Texas Feb. 23...dished out 11 assists vs. Baylor Feb. 29...scored 16 points, including matching her career-high four three-point baskets, while having a season high six rebounds and matching her season-high five steals vs. Colorado March 8...had 12 assists and nine points vs. Tennessee Tech March 18...scored seven points and had six assists vs. Tulane March 20.

#15 Aleah Johnson
Has started all 31 games...named first-team Academic All-Big 12 this year...scored a career-high 22 points vs. Baylor Feb. 29 and vs. Tennessee Tech March 18...had her first double-double of the season with 14 points and a career-high 14 rebounds at New Mexico Dec. 8...scored 21 points against Southwest Texas State Nov. 26 in just 15 minutes of play...had 21 points vs. Kansas Jan. 22...had a career-high seven assists vs. Lamar Dec. 15...scored 16 points against LSU Nov. 20...had 15 points against Rice Nov. 23...grabbed six rebounds vs. LSU...also had a block vs. LSU...scored 11 points at USC Nov. 29...had a career-high four steals at USC and vs. Texas A&M Feb. 12...had a career-high two blocks vs. Colorado Jan. 12...scored 19 points vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15...tallied a career-high five assists at Texas A&M Jan. 29...scored 20 points vs. Texas Feb. 3...scored 19 points at Baylor Feb. 5...scored 17 points at Missouri Feb.8...scored 18 points, going 10-for-10 from the free throw line vs. Nebraska Feb. 16...scored 12 points vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...matched career-high 21 points at Texas Feb. 23...scored 17 points at Oklahoma State Feb. 26...scored 18 points vs. Colorado March 8...had 12 points vs. Tulane March 20.

#24 Katrisa O'Neal
Has started all 31 games...named to the Kansas City Star's Big 12 All-Improved team this year...has moved to second on Tech's all-time career list for steals at 268...scored a career-high 21 points at Central Florida Dec. 19 and matched her season highs of six rebounds and five steals...scored 18 points vs. Santa Clara Jan. 5 and had a career-high eight assists and a season-high two blocks...scored 17 points vs. Rice Nov. 23 and matched that at USC Nov. 29...hit her first three-pointer at South Florida Dec. 17...dished out assists vs. Lamar Dec. 15...grabbed six rebounds vs. LSU Nov. 20 and Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...finished with four assists against Rice and SWT...had four steals against LSU and SMU Dec. 4...recorded a block vs. Lamar Dec. 15 and at USF...grabbed a season-high seven rebounds at Baylor Feb. 5...matched her season high of seven rebounds vs. Nebraska Feb. 16 and Oklahoma Feb. 19...also scored 12 points vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...scored 10 points at Texas Feb. 23...scored 10 points vs. Baylor, going 8-for-8 from the free throw line...had seven assists vs. Colorado March 8...had 10 points, six rebounds, six assists and matched her season high of five steals vs. Tennessee Tech March 18...had 12 points, five rebounds, seven assists and four steals vs. Tulane March 20.

#25 Keitha Dickerson
Has started all 31 games...named second-team All-Big 12...received first-team All-Big 12 recognition by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Dallas Morning News and second-team honors from the San Antonio Express-News, while being named to the Kansas City Star's All-Defensive team and the All-Underrated team...has recorded 13 double-doubles this season, which is first in the Big 12...named Big 12 Player of the Week Feb. 21...scored a career-high 23 points vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...scored 16 points while grabbing a season-high 15 rebounds against Rice Nov. 23...had 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. SMU Dec. 4...had 11 points and 13 rebounds vs. Lamar Dec. 15...matched season-high 16 points and had 14 rebounds at South Florida Dec. 17...scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds at TCU Dec. 22...had 10 points and 10 rebounds at Iowa State Jan. 2...scored a season-high 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds vs. Santa Clara Jan. 5, while getting a career-high eight steals...scored 10 points and had 14 rebounds vs. Texas Feb. 3...had 15 points and 12 rebounds at Missouri Feb. 8...had 14 points and 11 rebounds vs. Texas A&M Feb. 12...scored 12 points and matched her season high of 15 rebounds vs. Nebraska Feb. 16...had 13 points and 14 rebounds vs. Baylor Feb. 29...scored 14 points at New Mexico Dec. 8...had a season-high two blocks vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15, which matched a career high...recorded a career-high seven assists vs. Kansas Jan. 22...scored 18 points at Texas A&M Jan. 29...scored 10 points at Texas Feb. 23...grabbed 12 rebounds at Oklahoma State Feb. 26...collected 14 rebounds vs. Colorado March 8...scored 19 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists vs. Texas March 9...collected 11 rebounds vs. Tennessee Tech March 18...had nine points, 11 rebounds, six assists and six steals, while hitting her first three-point basket of her career vs. Tulane March 20.

#32 Amber Tarr
Has played in all 31 games...named first-team Academic All-Big 12...scored a career-high 22 points, including a career-high six three-point baskets in 24 minutes of play at Oklahoma State Feb. 26...had 12 points, hitting four three-pointers at TCU Dec. 22...had a career-high five rebounds vs. Colorado Jan. 12...scored nine points vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15...scored eight points, while hitting two three-pointers and recorded her first block of her career...scored six points vs. Lamar Dec. 15 and at South Florida Dec. 17...hit two three-pointers vs. Lamar and at USF, while getting four rebounds vs. Lamar...scored six points against Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...has hit one three-point basket in games against LSU Nov. 20 and SWT...dished out a career-high seven assists vs. Southwest Texas State...had two steals vs. LSU, Santa Clara Jan. 5 and at Texas Feb. 23...scored 10 points at Texas A&M Jan. 29...had another block at Texas Feb. 23...scored 11 points, going 3-for-4 from three-point range vs. Colorado March 8...scored 13 points, hitting 4-of-5 three-point baskets, vs. Tennessee Tech March 18.

#34 Tanisha Ellison
Has played in all 31 games...named second-team Academic All-Big 12 this year...recorded her second career double-double as she had career highs of 14 points and 11 rebounds...scored 12 points in the victory over Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds at Texas Feb. 23...had six rebounds vs. SWT...scored 10 points in 14 minutes vs. SMU Dec. 4...had eight rebounds vs. Texas Feb. 3...scored 10 points vs. Kansas Jan. 22...matched her career high of three blocks at Texas A&M Jan. 29 and vs. Texas Feb. 3...had a career-high two assists vs. Kansas, while recording a steal and a block...scored eight points vs. Nebraska Feb. 16...matched her career-high two assists vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...scored 12 points and collected four rebounds, while getting a career-high two steals vs. Tulane March 20.

#54 Plenette Pierson
Has started all 31 games as a freshman...named Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year...also received Big 12 Freshman of the Year honors by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Dallas Morning News and the San Antonio Express-News,while being named to the Kansas City Star's All-Freshman team...has made an immediate impact as she has scored in double figures in 23 games...named Big 12 Rookie of the Week Dec. 6...scored a career-high 22 points vs. Colorado Jan. 12...also had three steals Colorado and Kansas Jan. 22...had 15 points and nine rebounds vs. Texas Feb. 3...scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds against Rice Nov. 23 for her first double-double...scored 21 points at USC Nov. 29 and had 10 rebounds in her second double-double...scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in her third double-double vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15...scored 17 points and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds with her fourth double-double vs. Kansas...matched her career highs of 22 points, 11 rebounds and two assists in her fifth double-double at Texas Feb. 23...scored 21 points again vs. SMU Dec. 4 and Lamar Dec. 15...scored 20 points vs. Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...scored 15 points, 13 in the second half at New Mexico Dec. 8...had 12 points in collegiate debut against LSU Nov. 20...recorded a double-double against Rice with 14 points and 10 rebounds...had two steals against SWT...had a career-high three blocks vs. Oklahoma State Jan. 15 and at Kansas State Jan. 18...has eight blocks on the year...dished out a career-high two assists at Central Florida Dec. 19, vs. Texas Feb. 3 and vs. Texas A&M Feb. 12...matched her career-high 10 rebounds at TCU Dec. 22...scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds, while recording a career-high five steals at Baylor Feb. 5...scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Oklahoma Feb. 19...had 12 points and seven rebounds at Oklahoma State Feb. 26...scored 16 points and had six rebounds vs. Baylor Feb. 29...scored 18 points and collected nine rebounds in her first NCAA Tournament game vs. Tennessee Tech March 18...scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds while matching her career high of two assists vs. Tulane March 20.

#55 Jamie Nagle
Has played in 13 games...made collegiate debut against Southwest Texas State Nov. 26...came off the bench and scored 10 points vs. SWT in 18 minutes of action...also had three blocked shots, six boards and an assist vs. SWT...scored three points against SMU Dec. 4...had an assist vs. SMU...scored six points and had a rebound and an assist vs. Lamar Dec. 15...had career-high two assists and scored four points and had a rebound at Central Florida Dec. 19...had two points at Texas A&M Jan. 29...scored six points, had four rebounds and matched career-high two assists vs. Baylor Feb. 29.


 

 

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