TCU vs. Arkansas State Post-Game Notes
Dec. 22, 2005
The Lady Frogs improved to 38-0 when scoring 80 points in regulation under coach Jeff Mittie and 54-4 when shooting at least 45 percent from the floor.
TCU sophomore forward Jenna Lohse crushed her previous career-highs of six points and four rebounds with 17 and eight.
The Lady Frogs hit the 90-point plateau for the first time since hanging 96 against California in November 2004.
TCU sophomore guard Adrianne Ross tied her career-high with 23 points. She has scored 20 or more in a game four times in her career.
TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy fell one short of a career-high with 22 points. For her career, she has tallied 20 or more in a game three times.
TCU had two 20-point scorers for the first time since Sandora Irvin and Ross tallied 27 and 23 against California in November 2004.
TCU's nine turnovers marked just the 10th time in its NCAA Division I history that it committed less than 10 in a game. The Lady Frogs have played 663 games as a Division I program.
TCU's nine TOs was also the fewest since it had seven against Louisville in March 2004.
The Lady Frogs shot a season-best 44.4 percent (8-of-18) from three-point range. Their 45.8 percent (27-of-59) mark overall was also the best this year.
Lacy moved into a tie for 10th place on TCU's career list for rebounds with 433.
The Lady Frogs got their first win in five all-time games versus Arkansas State.