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Saturday, January 25, 2003
COOKEVILLE, Tenn. --- A slow start hurt the Tennessee State women's team for the second consecutive contest as Tennessee Tech shot 65 percent in the opening half on the way to a 90-60 win over the Lady Tigers Saturday night. Tech opened a 44-21 lead at halftime. TSU shot 33 percent in each half in losing the first meeting of the season between the two Ohio Valley Conference members. The Lady Tigers did place a player in double figures. Amy Holmes and Odessa Kelly each had nine points. LaToya Clay had 12 rebounds to lead TSU. Courtney McMcFarlin led Tech with 20 points. TSU hosts Wright State at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

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