Post-Game Notes - TCU 66, Air Force 44

Jan. 25, 2012

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Post-Game Notes
TCU 66, Air Force 44
Clune Arena
Attendance: 2,507

Game Notes
• TCU moved to 10-10 overall and 3-2 in the Mountain West.
• TCU leads the all-time series, 17-2. 
• TCU started the same starters for a fourth-straight game Wednesday in Thompson, Williams, Gross, Ventress and Wynn.
• TCU held Air Force without a three-pointer in the first half, marking the sixth time this season the Frogs have held an opponent without a trey in a single-half.
• TCU forced Air Force into 29 turnovers, which is a season-high for an opponent against the Frogs. 
• By forcing Air Force into 29 turnovers, it marked the most since TCU engaged Colorado State into 31 last January. 
• TCU posted a season-high 19 steals Wednesday.
• TCU's 19 steals were the most since the Frogs posted 20 against Cornell in 2006. 

Player Notes
Latricia Lovings moved into No. 3 all-time in blocked shots in program history Wednesday.
• Lovings overtook Kati Safaritova for No. 3 all-time in career blocked shots.
• Lovings tied a career-high with nine rebounds Wednesday.
Natalie Ventress led TCU in scoring for the 11th time this season.
• Ventress has now led TCU in scoring nine out of the last 11 games.
• Ventress scored 20 + points for a third time in four games.
• Ventress was just two points shy of her career-high of 23 points. 
• Every player on the Horned Frogs active roster played Wednesday night. 



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