The Tennessee State University women's
basketball team will conclude its three-game road stint at Montana State on
Monday, Dec. 3. Tip-off is set for 7:05 p.m. in Worthington Arena.
THE LADY TIGERS AT A GLANCE
The Lady Tigers (3-4) had won two straight before dropping its most
recent game to Montana, 71-48, at the 32nd annual Lady Griz Classic. The Lady
Tigers went 1-1 at the tournament after defeating Idaho in the first game.
Simone Hopes and Kesi Hess were named to the All-Tournament team for TSU.
As a team, TSU is averaging 53.7 points
per outing while shooting 33.9 percent from the field and 22.0 percent from
beyond the arc. TSU is currently shooting only 67.2 percent from the free-throw
line while committing an average of 17.9 turnovers per game.
TSU averages 38.0 rebounds, 9.0 assists
and 9.9 steals per game.
LAST TIME OUT
Tennessee State suffered a 71-48 loss to Montana at
the Lady Griz Classic Saturday night. TSU was outrebounded, 41-29, and got
outscored, 37-22, in the second half. Simone Hopes was the lone Lady Tiger to
post double-figures in scoring with 13 points to go with six rebounds. Kesi
Hess followed with eight points and five steals. Hopes and Kesi Hess were named
to the All-Tournament team.
ABOUT MONTANA STATE
Montana State is coming off a 71-65 win
over Utah State on Saturday. The Bobcats
had won three straight before falling to
Southern Methodist, 71-70. The Big Sky member bounced back from the loss to SMU
by defeating UM-Western and Utah State for consecutive victories.
In the win over Utah State, Kallie Durham
paced the Bobcats with 18 points while Ashley Brumwell (14), Rachel Semansky
(13) and Jackie Elliot (11) also scored in double-digits.
As a team, Montana State averages 68.5
ppg behind a .421 shooting percentage. The Bobcats are only shooting, .247 from
three-point range and average 19.2 turnovers per game.
Durham leads the team in scoring with
14.5 ppg while Semasky follows with 13.3 ppg and 6.3 rpg.
TSU vs. MONTANA STATE
Tennessee State and Montana State will
meet for the first time in the two programs' history.
TSU will have a nearly a two week break
before hosting Cleveland State on Dec. 16 in the Gentry Center.
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