TCU-Wyoming Post-Game Notes
Feb. 8, 2006
TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy came off the bench, snapping her consecutive games started streak at 29. She finished the contest with 21 points, including 19 in the second half. She tallied 13 of TCU's final 17 points over the game's final 7:42.
Lacy has reached double figures in five of the last six games. She has notched at least 20 points four times this year.
Lorie Butler-Rayford (18 points, 11 rebounds) posted her fourth double-double of the year and the sixth of her career. Three of her season double-doubles have come in Mountain West Conference play.
The Lady Frogs are now 31-11 (.738) in February over the last six years, including 1-1 this season.
TCU is now 8-3 at home this year, which includes a 4-1 mark in conference play at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Jenna Lohse (12 points) reached double figures for the second straight game and for the fifth time this season.
Ashley Davis registered a career-high four blocked shots.
TCU had just nine turnovers, tying for a season low. The Horned Frogs forced 20 miscues for the 12th time this season.
The largest lead by either team was the final score: 67-59.
The Lady Frogs shot 54.2 percent (13-for-24) from the floor in the second half, the team's third best percentage in a half this year.
TCU's 67 points were the fewest in a Lady Frog victory this year.
The Frogs closed the game with a 21-7 run after Wyoming led 52-46 with 9:50 remaining.