The win for LSU (16-3, 5-0 SEC) was the program's 700th.
"This stretch over the last five games has been unbelievable," LSU head coach Van Chancellor said. "We have just been able to jump out and take early leads and not look back. We are shooting the ball well and that translates into victories."
LSU answered each of
The Lady Tigers largest lead of 27 points, 70-43, came with 2:08 left in the second half.
Sylvia Fowles led the way with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Fowles connected on 9 of 11 shooting and also blocked three shots. Quianna Chaney added 13 points, including a pair of three-pointers during LSU's run to open the game.
Allison Hightower led an LSU bench that scored 26 points for the Lady Tigers. Hightower scored 12 points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds.
The Lady Tigers, who moved into a first-place tie with
Defensively, LSU held
The Lady Tigers also won the battle on the boards, 40-39.
LSU will return home to host
- Sylvia Fowles scored double figures for the 17th game this season and the 107th game of her career with 20 points today.
- Fowles scored at least 20 points for the 32nd game of her career and the fifth game this season.
- Fowles recorded her 72nd career double double and her 10th of the season with 20 points and 10 rebounds today.
- Quianna Chaney scored double figures for the 10th straight game, the 16th game this season and the 55th game of her career with 13 points today.
- Allison Hightower scored double figures for the eighth game this season and the 13th game of her career with 12 points today.
- LSU won for the 700th time in the program's history with today's victory. The Lady Tigers join