|January 11, 2020||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||Final|
Tennessee State Lady Tigers
|Stats at a Glance||TSU||SEMOW|
|FG Percentage||.261 (12-46)||.467 (35-75)|
|3P FG Percentage||.400 (4-10)||.333 (6-18)|
|FT Percentage||.839 (26-31)||.700 (7-10)|
SAINE - 7
TEAM - 7
MCCULLAH - 2
PURVIS - 1
NASHVILLE --- The Tennessee State University women’s basketball team dropped an, 83-54, decision to Southeast Missouri Saturday afternoon in the Show Me Center.
Tennessee State (2-12, 0-4 OVC) struggled to get into a rhythm against Southeast Missouri (10-5, 2-2 OVC) and fell behind early. TSU had a solid outing in the second quarter as well as the fourth but the inconsistencies in the first and third frames mounted up and led to a deficit TSU was not able to come back from.
Jazmine Young led TSU in scoring with 15 points while Taylor Roberts finished with 10 points. They were the only Lady Tigers to reach double-digits.
Tennessee State only shot 26.1 percent (12-of-46) from the field and lost the battle of the boards, 48-28. The Lady Tigers knocked down 25-of-31 free-throws in the contest.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- TSU Leaders
- Points: Jazmine Young - 15
- Rebounds: Jaden Wrightsell - 6
- Assists: Jazmine Young, Breannah McCullah - 2
- Steals: Jaden Wrightsell - 3
- TSU only shot from 26.1 percent (12-of-46) fromthe field in the contest.
- The Lady Tigers were solid from the free-throw line, going 25-of-31 (83.9 percent) from the charity stripe.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- The score was tied 2-2 when TSU went without a bucket for three minutes and fell behind, 9-2.
- Jazmine Young made two free-throws to end the scoring drought and TSU trailed 9-4 at the media timeout.
- Out of the break, SEMO used a 5-1 spurt to stretch the lead to, 14-5, and force a TSU timeout.
- After 10-minutes of action, TSU only managed to score eight points and trailed, 20-8.
- The Lady Tigers started the second period by outscoring the home team, 5-4, but then suffered another scoring drought that saw them sink into a 32-13 hole.
- Tennessee State finished the quarter strong and ended up outscoring Southeast Missouri, 15-14, in the second stanza.
- TSU managed to cut the 19-point deficit down to, 34-23, just before halftime.
- In the third, Taylor Roberts knocked down a three-pointer to pull TSU to within 10 but the Redhawks responded with eight unanswered points to move ahead, 44-26.
- With 4:45 left in the third quarter, TSU trailed 50-31.
- The struggles continued for TSU as the deficit ballooned to 60-34 heading into the final period.
- SEMO now leads the all-time series 29-21
- Taylor Roberts recorded double-digits for the tenthtime this season.
- Jazmine Young notched double digits for the tenthgame.
- SEMO has won two straight over TSU.
- Tennessee State will return home to host Morehead State on Thursday, Jan.16. Game time is slated for 2 p.m. in the Gentry Center.