TCU-Grambling State post-game notes




Dec. 29, 2007

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POST-GAME NOTES
TCU-Grambling State
Dec. 29, 2007
Fort Worth, Texas--Daniel-Meyer Coliseum

Team Notes
> TCU improved to 6-7 this season and 6-2 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Frogs have won four consecutive games against Grambling State.

> TCU featured its fifth different starting lineup this season (Knight, Carter, Ross, Nunn, Younger).

> Each Lady Frog scored at least one point Saturday.

> TCU attacked the basket early in the game, as each of its first four field goals were layups. The Frogs' first jumper came at the 12:25 mark from Lorie Butler-Rayford.

> TCU's 26 unanswered points during the first half marked a season-best run. The Frogs held Grambling State scoreless for a 9:29 stretch between the 14:07 and 4:38 marks. The Tigers recorded only one field goal in the final 14:07 of the half.

> TCU won the turnover battle for the 10th time in 13 games this season. Only Texas A&M has posted fewer miscues than the Lady Frogs this season. TCU committed a season-low nine turnovers.

Individual Notes
> Danielle Nunn earned her first career start as a Lady Frog Saturday, while Emily Carter started her second game of the year. Carter also started during TCU's loss to No. 12/14 Cal.

> Carter (12) and Nunn (11) led the Lady Frogs in scoring. Carter scored in double-figures for the fourth time in the last six games, while Nunn also hit double-digits for the fourth time this year.

> Lorie Butler-Rayford played in her 100th career game for TCU Saturday.

> Adrianne Ross collected one steal to move within two thefts of tying Rachel Hesse's (1989-93) TCU career record of 284.

> Helen Roden tied a career high with nine rebounds.

> Micah Garoutte posted career highs with four points two field goals, five field-goal attempts and five rebounds.

 

 


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