TCU Moves to 2-0 After 74-60 Victory Over Shawnee State

Judson Stubbs was 6-of-7 from the field and had a team-high 14 points against Shawnee State.

Judson Stubbs was 6-of-7 from the field and had a team-high 14 points against Shawnee State.

Nov. 21, 2004

Final Stats

FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU Horned Frogs opened the season 2-0 for the first time since 2001-02 and for just the third time in the past seven years following a 74-60 victory over the Shawnee State Bears on Sunday night at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The game was the first of four for the Frogs as part of the Corpus Christi Challenge.

TCU went on an 18-2 run to close the first half, turning a 27-24 lead into a 45-26 halftime score. The Bears were able to score just one basket in the final 5:56 of the first stanza and never threatened the rest of the way. TCU led by as many as 23 in the contest. An 8-0 run by Shawnee late in the second half cut the Frogs' lead to 12, 70-58, with 3:15 remaining. TCU enjoyed a double-digit lead for the final 23:43 of the game.

Junior transfer Judson Stubbs registered a team-high 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting and dragged down six rebounds. Stubbs has reached double figures in each of his first two games in a Horned Frog uniform. Fellow junior transfer Nile Murry had 11 points, while senior Corey Santee chipped in 10

TCU outscored Shawnee State 25-2 on fast break points and outrebounded the Bears by a 53-36 count. The Horned Frog bench held a 38-10 scoring advantage over their Shawnee State counterparts.

The Frogs limited the Bears to just 36 percent shooting from the floor and have allowed the first two opponents to shoot a combined 35 percent from the field. For the second straight game, no Frog played more than 23 minutes of action. Eleven TCU players saw at least 10 minutes of work.

TCU is next in action this Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 7:05 p.m. when Texas Tech visits Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. A few hundred tickets still remain for that game. For season or individual game tickets, call (817) 257-FROG or visit The Horned Frogs are also at home on Thanksgiving night, when the Frogs host Old Dominion at 7:05 in game two of the Corpus Christi Challenge.

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