TCU vs West Virginia - Postgame Notes

Dec. 28, 2017

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TCU Women's Basketball Postgame Notes 

#9/9 West Virginia (13-0, 1-0) 87, TCU (9-3, 0-1) 82 -- Schollmaier Arena

Team Notes
* TCU’s 82 point were the most allowed by West Virginia this season. The Mountaineers were allowing just 52.7 points per game coming into the night and hadn’t allowed more than 68 all season.
* The 34 points TCU allowed in the fourth quarter was the most it has allowed in any quarter this season.
* TCU recorded 17 assists and had 16 turnovers. The Frogs are the only Big 12 team yet to have more turnovers than assists in a game this season.
* TCU is now 1-5 in Big 12 openers with four of the five losses coming to top-15 teams. TCU’s lone win came at Texas Tech in 2015-16.
* TCU is now 9-4 under Raegan Pebley in games following at least six days rest, including 2-2 in the first game after Christmas.
* TCU had a starting lineup of Amber Ramirez, Toree Thompson, Kianna Ray, Jayde Woods and Jordan Moore for the third straight game.

Amber Ramirez
* Scored team-high 21 points, including 5-of-9 3-pointers and 8-of-14 shooting overall.
* 20-plus points for the third time this season, also the third time in her career.
* Double-figure scoring for the seventh time this season, 14th time in her career.
* Made five or more 3-pointers for the fourth time this season. Made three or more for the 11th time in her career.

Amy Okonkwo
* Scored 17 points with team-high eight rebounds.
* Double-figure scoring for team-high 11th time this season, 30th time in her career.
* Led TCU in rebounds for the fourth time this season.

Jordan Moore
* Scored 15 points on 5-of-6 shooting with four blocks.
* Double-figure scoring for the ninth time this season, 32nd time in her career.
* Has recorded at least one blocked shot in 15 consecutive games dating back to last season.
* Came into the game leading the Big 12 in blocks at 2.7 per game.

Kianna Ray
* Scored 11 points with team-highs of five assists and career-high-tying four steals.
* Double-figure scoring for second time this season, fifth time in career.
* Posted five or more assists for fifth time in her seven games this season, something she did just three times all of last season.



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