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January 19, 20191st2nd3rd4thFinal
TSU Lady Tigers131014946
Stats at a GlanceTSUBEL
FG Percentage.293 (17-58) .491 (26-53)
3P FG Percentage.235 (4-17) .304 (7-23)
FT Percentage.727 (8-11) .724 (21-29)
Offensive Rebounds1320
Defensive Rebounds1230
Total Rebounds2550
Bench Points1819
PointsBANNER - 14
ReboundsYOUNG - 4
AssistsBANNER - 4
ROY - 4
StealsBRONER - 3
BlocksPRIMAS - 1
SIMS - 1
LULY - 2
Women's Basketball Falls to Belmont Saturday Afternoon
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Women's Basketball Falls to Belmont Saturday Afternoon
Terrysha Banner led TSU with 14 points versus Belmont


Final Score: Tennessee State 46 – Belmont 80
Records: TSU (1-17, 1-5 OVC) – BU (14-3, 5-1 OVC)
Venue: Curb Event Center
Location: Nashville, Tenn.

NASHVILLE --- The Tennessee State University women’s basketball team dropped an, 80-46, decision to Belmont Saturday afternoon in the Curb Event Center.

Freshman Terrysha Banner scored in double-digits for the fourth consecutive game and led TSU with 14 points. Tia Wooten added nine points and four rebounds.

Jasmine Broner recorded a season-high three steals while Banner dished out four assists.


  • TSU Leaders
    • Points: Terrysha Banner – 14
    • Rebounds: Jazmine Young and Tia Wooten – 4
    • Assists: Terrysha Banner - 4
    • Steals: Jasmine Broner – 3
  • TSU shot 29.9 percent (17-of-58) from the field and 23.5 percent (4-of-17) from three-point range.
  • From the free-throw line, TSU connected 8-of-11 (72.7 percent).


  • TSU missed its first eight field goals of the game and fell behind 7-0 early.
  • Tia Wooten came off the bench to score TSU’s first points of the game at the 5:29 mark.
  • TSU trailed 11-2 at the first media timeout.
  • Tia Wooten connected again, this time from long range, to make the score, 15-5, in favor of Belmont.
  • TSU put together a spurt towards the end of the quarter and cut the deficit to seven points just before Belmont scored at the buzzer to make the score 22-13 after 10 minutes of action.
  • The Lady Tigers continued to fight and closed to within four when Terrysha Banner drained a triple from the top of the key.
  • The TSU offense, however, would go cold.
  • The Bruins responded with six unanswered points to go back up by 10 before stretching the advantage to 33-20 moments later.
  • TSU called a timeout to regroup but the offense, however, remained stagnant.
  • The Lady Tigers went without a field goal for over six minutes and got outscored, 19-3, in the last 6:01 of the quarter.
  • The Lady Tigers trailed, 43-23, at halftime.
  • The Bruins moved ahead, 58-31, after opening the third period by outscoring TSU 15-8.
  • TSU trailed, 67-37, heading into the final frame.


  • Terrysha Banner scored in double-digits for the fourth straight game.
  • TSU dropped its eighth straight to Belmont.
  • TSU got outscored, 34-14, in the paint.


  • TSU will make the short trip to face Austin Peay on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 5:30 p.m. in Clarksville.