Jan. 14, 2006
The Lady Frogs moved two games above .500 for the first time this season with the 71-57 victory over Air Force.
TCU has won five in a row against the Falcons and is 5-1 all-time versus Air Force.
The Lady Frogs have recorded four straight victories at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Under coach Jeff Mittie, the Lady Frogs now own a record of 92-1 when holding the opposition to 60 points or less.
TCU junior forward Ashley Davis broke her career-high in scoring for the second consecutive game by tallying 20 points. She recorded 18 against New Mexico on Wednesday to break her previous best of 17.
Davis has gone 8-for-11 on threes in the past two games and is 8-for-8 at the free-throw line.
Davis moved up into a tie for fourth place with Ebony Shaw on TCU's career list for threes attempted with 343. She is two away from tying Shaw's 120 makes, which is also the fourth highest TCU total.
With five assists, TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy became just the second player in school history to record over 400 helpers in a career with 403. Jill Sutton holds the record with 445.
TCU sophomore guard Moneka Knight dished out a career-high eight assists while committing just one turnover.
The Lady Frogs shot a season-high 48 percent (24-of-50).