Final Stats |
March 8, 2006 Tonight is just the third time in the seven years of the conference tournament the four seed has won the quarterfinal game.
Wyoming guards Jodi Bolerjack and Erin Hicks combined to score 11 of the team's first 13 points of the game.
Tonight marks the 20th time this season TCU sophomore guard Adrianne Ross has been in double figures in scoring, ending the game with 11.
Wyoming sophomore forward Hanna Zavecz notched a career-high in rebounds with 15. It is the third time this season she has been in double figures in rebounds. (Previous career-high 13 vs. TCU, 1/7/06). Her 15 is the third most in a MWC Tournament game.
Wyoming cut the deficit to single digits at the 11:59 mark of the second-half, closing within eight at 40-32. It was the first time the lead was less than 10 points since the 14:18 point of the first half (11-3).
TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy has reached double figures in scoring in nine straight games and in 13 of the last 14 contests.
Hicks four three-pointers ties for fifth most in a Mountain West Tournament game, tying nine other student-athletes. Her .800 (4-5) from beyond the arc is the second-best performance in tournament history (minimum five attempts).
TCU shot .538 for the game from the three-point line (7-13), the third best performance in a tournament single-game and the record for a quarterfinal contest (.500 (11-22), BYU vs. San Diego State, 3/8/00).
The six blocked shots by TCU ties for the fourth most in a MWC Tournament game, tying four other institutions.