TCU-Air Force post-game notes




Feb. 2, 2008

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POST-GAME NOTES
TCU-Air Force
Feb. 2, 2008
USAFA, Colo.--Clune Arena

Team Notes
> TCU improved to 12-9 overall and 5-2 in Mountain West Conference play.

> TCU won its third straight road game. The Frogs had dropped each of their first six games away from Fort Worth this season prior to the current stretch.

> TCU won its ninth straight game against Air Force, the Frogs' longest streak against any team outside the state of Texas (UT-Arlington--12 straight wins).

> TCU improved to 9-0 this season when allowing 59 points or less this season.

> TCU shot at least 50 percent from the field for the fifth time this season, and the first time since its MWC-opening win over San Diego State on Jan. 9.

> TCU won the turnover battle for the 17th time in 21 games this season. The Frogs have tied the opponent three times, while only Texas A&M has posted fewer in a game this season.

> TCU's bench outscored the opponent bench for the 16th time this season.

Individual Notes
> Adrianne Ross moved past the 1,500-career point mark on a first-half layup and ensuing foul shot. She now has 1,515 career points.

> Ross registered her 300th career steal in the second half. She now owns 302 thefts for her career.

> Moneka Knight's six assists moved her past former Frog Rachel Hesse into fifth place on TCU's career assists chart. Knight now owns 301 career assists.

> Lorie Butler-Rayford collected her 700th career rebound and now owns 702 career boards.

> Emily Carter set a career high with four 3-pointers. She finished 4-for-6 after making each of her first four attempts.

> Carter tied her scoring career high with 14 points, also reached Dec. 6 at Rice.

 

 


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