TCU Takes on No. 15 DePaul in Key C-USA Game Sunday

Ashley Davis is coming off a 17-point performance versus Marquette.

Ashley Davis is coming off a 17-point performance versus Marquette.

Feb. 12, 2005

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GAME #25:

TCU (17-7, 8-2) vs. #15 DePaul (20-3, 9-1)
Feb. 13, 2005 • Chicago • 2:20 p.m. CST

TV: ESPN 2, shown regionally
P-B-P: Terry Gannon
Color: Rebecca Lobo
Radio: KTCU 88.7, Dallas/Fort Worth
P-B-P: Jeff Williams
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Live Stats: None

The TCU Lady Frogs (17-7, 8-2) take on the Conference USA leading and 15th-ranked DePaul Blue Demons (20-3, 9-1) Sunday in Chicago at 2:20 p.m. CST. The game is being televised regionally by ESPN 2 with play-by-play from Terry Gannon and color commentary from Rebecca Lobo. TCU leads the all-time series with DePaul 2-1 and won 73-53 in the last meeting in Fort Worth, Texas. DePaul has won nine games in a row and was a 78-66 winner versus Houston Friday.

The TCU Lady Frogs suffered a 71-55 setback to the Marquette Golden Eagles Friday in Milwaukee. The loss ended TCU's four-game winning streak in Conference USA play and was the first in the all-time series with Marquette. Ashley Davis led TCU in scoring by tying a career-high with 17 points and she tossed in five rebounds. Twelve of her points were scored behind the arc. Sandora Irvin added 16 points and nine rebounds.

DePaul extended its home winning streak to 21 games Friday thanks to a 78-66 victory against Houston. The Blue Demons turned it over 29 times but shot 56.7 percent (34-of-60) while holding UH to 32.4 percent (24-of-74). DPU did, however, fail to hit a three-pointer, snapping its streak of 259 games with at least one. Conference USA Preseason Player of the Year Khara Smith put up some big numbers for the Blue Demons with 24 points and 14 rebounds.



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