TCU's 10-of-16 (.625) shooting in the second half marked the first time it shot 60 percent or higher in a half since going 18-for-29 (.621) in period No. 2 versus DePaul on Feb. 13, 2005.
TCU junior guard Natasha Lacy tied her career high with 23 points. She did it first against Cincinnati last season. Lacy has scored 20 or more in a game four times in her career and in back-to-back games now this year.
Lacy moved into sole possession of 10th place on TCU's career list for rebounds. She has 440 to her credit.
After going 8-for-20 (.400) from the free-throw line in TCU's first six games, Lacy has shot 78.8 percent (26-of-33) in the last four.
TCU junior forward Ashley Davis tallied 17 points to tie her career high for the fourth time.
TCU sophomore forward Jenna Lohse had 10 points to mark her second game in a row scoring in double figures.
Texas-Arlington's 16-for-17 (.941) effort at the free-throw line was the second best in school history by a TCU opponent (minimum 15 attempts).
TCU improved to 55-4 under coach Jeff Mittie when it shoots at least 45 percent from the field.
The Lady Frogs are 90-1 under Mittie when they hold the opposition to 60 points or less.
After shooting 56.6 percent (64-of-113) at the free-throw line in its first six games, TCU has shot 75.2 percent (97-of-129) in its last four.
TCU is now 13-9 all-time against Texas-Arlington and has won 10 in a row over the Lady Mavericks.