TCU-Wyoming Postgame Notes




Feb. 13, 2010

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POSTGAME NOTES
No. TCU 78, Wyoming 59
Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum)
Feb. 13, 2010
Attendance: 2,475


-TCU improved to 19-5 overall and 9-2 in the Mountain West Conference with its fourth straight victory. The squad will keep at least a one-and-a-half-game lead in the MWC standings over second-place BYU going into Tuesday’s road matchup with San Diego State.

-TCU set a new program record for consecutive home wins with its 20 straight victory, breaking the previous mark of 19 straight set between Jan. 28, 2006 and Feb. 22, 2007. The squad’s last home loss was a Jan. 13, 2009 setback to BYU.

-TCU shot 50.0 percent or better for the third time this season and second straight game. The squad is 15-0 when shooting at least 40.0 percent from the field.

-The 19-point win marked TCU’s largest margin of victory in the 16-game series against Wyoming.

-TCU’s bench continued to give the squad a boost by posting a 28-16 scoring advantage over Wyoming, led by TK LaFleur’s nine points.

-TCU posted a 32-10 advantage in the paint.

-Helena Sverrisdottir led the Frogs with 19 points and six assists. She has totaled six or more assists 10 times this season.

-Eboni Mangum scored in double figures for the seventh time this season and the second consecutive outing with 10 points. She totaled a career-best 25 points in Wednesday’s game at Utah.

-Emily Carter extended her streak of consecutive games with a 3-pointer to 22 straight, the MWC’s second-longest current streak (Amy Beggin, New Mexico-24 games).


 

 


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