Records Fall in TCU Win
FORT WORTH, TEXAS (December 9, 2000) -- TCU ran up a school record 75 first half points and cruised to a 141-92 win over Division II Central Oklahoma tonight at Daniel-Meyer Colisem. The Frogs improved their record to 6-2 on the season with the win.
Ryan Carroll poured in a career-high 40 points and Myron Anthony added a career-high 38, to lead the Horned Frogs attack. Anthony added 10 rebounds for his third double-double of the season. Senior center Derrick Davenport also produced a double-double, his fourth of the season, netting 23 points to go with a career-high 16 rebounds. He connected on 11 of his 14 shots from the field.
"We knew they were outmanned and my teammates did a good job of getting the ball to me," said Anthony. "It was fun. On nights like this, its just plain fun."
Greedy Daniels was held to eight points, nine below his season average, but handed out 16 assists, tying the school record, accomplished twice previously by Prince Fowler. He also tied the school record with seven steals in the contest.
The 141 points scored by TCU was their third highest single game total in school history. They tallied a school record 153 over Texas-Pan American on Nov. 29, 1997 and collected 143 vs. Grambling State on December 30, 1999.
The Frogs launched 100 shots in the contest, including a school record 36 from beyond the three-point line, and tied their school record with 57 made field goals.
Lennox McCoy scored 22 points to lead five Bronchos in double figures. Despite putting 92 points on the board, Central Oklahoma was held 18 points under its season average. Marlon Dawson, who came into the game averaging nearly 32 points per game, was held to a dozen on 4-of-21 shooting from the field.
The Frogs will not be in action again until Monday, December 18,
when they host the Princeton Tigers at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. Game time is
set for 7:05 p.m.