TCU returns to the court to host San Diego State on Sunday
RV/RV TCU vs San Diego State
Jan. 26, 2006
FORT WORTH, Texas - Coming off a 67-43 win over New Mexico on Wednesday, the TCU women,s basketball team will look to extend its school-record home winning streak of 16 games on Sunday when San Diego State visits Daniel Meyer Coliseum for a 2 p.m. tip.
RV/RV TCU (14-6, 4-2 Mountain West Conference) is 11-0 at home this season, where they are defeating opponents by an average of 19.45 points per game. In three conference home games, the Lady Frogs have won by an average margin of 33.0 points.
San Diego State (9-8, 2-4 MWC) enters Sunday,s game following a 54-49 loss to BYU at home on Thursday. The Aztecs have conference wins over Air Force (60-51) and Colorado State (75-66). San Diego State enters the game with a 1-5 record on the road with its only victory coming at Southern Utah (55-52) on Nov. 24.
Sunday,s game can be heard on 88.7 KTCU and www.gofrogs.com with Jeff Williams (play-by-play) and Marcy Girton (analyst) on the call. The game will also be video streamed for free on TCU All-Access at www.gofrogs.com. Live stats from the game are also available on www.gofrogs.com.
After losing two straight road matches at Utah (72-61) and Wyoming (66-51), TCU ended its skid with a convincing 67-43 win over New Mexico on Wednesday and is now bidding to win its fourth straight meeting with the Aztecs.
TCU leads the all-time series 4-2 over the Aztecs and hold a 3-0 advantage in Fort Worth. San Diego State hasn,t defeated the Lady Frogs since a 63-51 win in San Diego on Jan. 1, 2000.
SCOUTING SAN DIEGO STATE
San Diego State is led by junior Jennifer Layton, who leads the team with 10.4 points per game and is second on the team in rebounding at 5.9. Layton is also tied for the team lead with 23 blocks. Senior center Desiree Johnson leads the team in rebounding with a 6.0 average.
San Diego State is coached by Beth Burns, who is in the second year of her second stint as head coach at San Diego State. She is in her 10th season overall at SDSU after leading the Aztecs for eight seasons from 1989-1997. She has an overall head coaching record of 244-180 in 15 years and she owns a 163-115 mark in 10 seasons at SDSU.
The Aztecs were picked to finish seventh in the Mountain West Conference, just ahead of Air Force and Colorado State. SDSU is currently tied for sixth in the conference with New Mexico.
A CAREER NIGHT
TCU'S ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS
Rank No. Player Years 1. 1,892 Sandora Irvin 2001-05 2. 1,448 Janice Dzuik 1986-90 3. 1,300 Jill Sutton 1997-01 4. 1,178 Tricia (Payne) Porter 1998-03 5. 1,166 Amy (Sutton) Porter 1997-01 6. 1,156 Ebony Shaw 2000-04 7. 1,152 Ashley Davis 2003-current 8. 1,151 Leah Garcia 1994-98 9. 1,011 Adrianne Ross 2003-current 10. 998 Tiffany Evans 2000-04
A STREAK UNMATCHED
Rk. School Next Game Date Streak 1 LSU 1/28/2007 41 2 Bowling Green 2/04/2007 26 3 Ohio St. 2/04/2007 25 4 Charlotte 2/08/2007 21 5 James Madison 1/28/2007 21 Maryland 1/28/2007 20 7 Louisville 2/03/2007 18 Marist 1/26/2007 18 North Carolina 2/08/2007 18 10 TCU 1/28/2007 16
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD(S)
Date Site W/L Score Jan. 25, 1998 Fort Worth W 83-68 Feb. 14, 1998 San Diego L 66-72 Jan. 1, 2000 San Diego L 51-63 Dec. 2, 2001 Fort Worth W 75-49 Jan. 18, 2006 San Diego W 77-60 Feb. 18, 2006 Fort Worth W 80-49
The NCAA record for most consecutive games with a three-pointer is 60 by Kim MacMillan of Long Island.
Rk. Name Streak 1 Jackie Closser, Butler 47 2 Ashley Davis, TCU 39 3 Rashida Suber, Coppin State 36 4 Lori Bjork, Illinois 26 5 Ivory Latta, North Carolina 24 6 Yolanda Lavender, Wake Forest 21 7 T.J. Jordan, Old Dominion 21 8 Mel Thomas, Connecticut 19 Carrie Myers, Valparaiso 19 10 Debbie Burris, Southern Illinois 18