TCU-Wyoming Post-Game Notes
Jan. 7, 2006
TCU sophomore guard Adrianne Ross' 18 points marked the seventh time this season she has reached double digits in the scoring column and the 18th time she has done it in her career.
Ross played the game without a knee brace for the first time since coming back from a torn ACL last year.
TCU sophomore forward Lorie Butler-Rayford's 14 points marked her third double-digit scoring effort of the season.
Wyoming closed out the game on a 13-0 run after trailing 67-55 with 5:06 remaining. TCU went 0-for-3 from the field and had four turnovers in the final five minutes.
The loss snapped TCU's four-game winning streak and was Wyoming's first victory in the series since Dec. 9, 1993.
TCU junior forward Natasha Lacy reached double figures in scoring for the fifth game in a row and the ninth time this season.
TCU was out-rebounded for the sixth time this season.
Both teams had identical shooting from the floor, going 23-for-54 (.426).
TCU shot a season-high 85.7 percent (18-of-21) at the free-throw line.