With Thursday night’s competition, TSU is looking to remain undefeated at home and claim its third consecutive win.
Appling’s NCAA record-setting
performance overshadowed a 30-point showing from JSU’s Jolie Efezokhae.
Appling’s NCAA record-setting performance overshadowed a 30-point showing from JSU’s Jolie Efezokhae.
Last Saturday, the Gamecocks picked up their first OVC win with a 55-49 victory over UT-Martin. JSU’s win over UTM snapped a six-game losing streak and a nine-game OVC losing skid.
JSU (4-13, 1-6 OVC) is led in scoring and rebounding by Jolie Efezokhae with 14.4 ppg and 7.6 rpg.
TSU (9-9, 5-2 OVC) has three players averaging double-digits in scoring led by Kendra Appling (17.8 ppg). Tiffany Jackson (15.9 ppg) and Jasmine Smith (10.4 ppg) are also posting double-digits. Smith pulls down a team best 7.9 boards per game.
*'Nuttin' But Wings' Night*