That wasn't the score at any point, but rather the points Casey Morris scored in the first half against the points the entire UT-Arlington squad scored in the first half.
Morris went off in the first half against the Mavericks going 7-for-10 from the field and 6-for-9 from three-point range, marking a new career-high in three-pointers made in a single game.
"I think the game was just coming to me, they were leaving me open so I was taking shots just like I would in any other game," Morris said. "Good for them to leave me open, I guess, because I was knocking it down whenever I got it."
In the second half the foot was taken off the gas just a little as Morris played 14 minutes and scored just two points and was 0-for-1 from behind the arc.
The Fairfield, California native finished the night with 24 points, a new career-high, her previous high was 23 points which was recorded against Texas A&M on February 5 in a 79-65 loss to the Aggies.
Morris said getting into a rhythm like that is nice, but she is going to shoot either way if she is missing or making them, that's what she has been taught.
"When you're a Division 1 athlete and you're wide open, you've got to be able to knock down shots, and I mean she just can do that," Curry said. "I thought she did a great job tonight, and she has been doing a great job. I thought she really let the game come to her, and anytime they're open we want them to look to shoot and she did a great job.
"I'm really happy for her."