Nov. 28, 2012
Box Score |
TCU 76, SMU 70
Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (Fort Worth, Texas)
TCU moved to 2-2 on the year with the win.
TCU captured its 16th victory in the series all-time Wednesday.
Veja Hamilton and Kamy Cole both made their first career starts Wednesday.
TCU saw its streak of 29-straight free throws come to an end Wednesday night.
TCU moved to 9-6 against SMU under head coach Jeff Mittie.
TCU is now 76-13 in its last 89 games at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Big 12 Conference 3-Point Field Goals Made:10 Heather Ezell (Iowa State) vs. Sacramento State (11/18/07)10 Laurie Koehn (K-State) vs. Iowa (1/5/03)10 Stacy Frese (Iowa State) vs. Drake (12/8/99)9 Zahna Medley (TCU) vs. SMU (11/28/20129 Odyssey Sims (Baylor) at Oklahoma (2/27/11)9 Nyeshia Stevenson (Oklahoma) vs. Marist (12/9/09)9 Alison Lacey (Iowa State) vs. Michigan (11/23/07)9 Alesha Robertson (Texas Tech) vs. Miami (Fla.) (12/6/04)9 Mandy Hayworth (Baylor) vs. Southwest Texas (12/7/99)8 Last: Brittany Chambers (K-State) vs. Northwestern (12/19/11)
Zahna Medley posted her fourth-straight game in double-figures Wednesday.
Medley scored a career-high 27 points Wednesday.
Medley tied the program record with nine triples by Amy Sutton Porter against Air Force in 1999.
Medley tied the DMC record of nine three's by Sutton Porter.
Medley broke the all-time freshman record for three's in a game, which was previously set by Jill Sutton in 1998.
The last time a Frog had six or more three's in a game at the DMC was Emily Carter, who connected on six two years ago against Oral Roberts in the first round of the WNIT.
Latricia Lovings tallied a new career-high with 13 boards Wednesday.
Lovings fell one block shy of tying her previous career-high of six blocks.
Medley's nine three's ranks tied for the fourth-best mark all-time in Big 12 history.