Notebook: Lady Raiders 58 Cowgirls 53

Tech took care of business down the stretch to stay undefeated heading to Mizzou on Saturday.

- Texas Tech wins 58-53 taking down the Oklahoma State Cowgirls


- Second straight game that the Lady Raiders have scored 58 points, which ties the lowest total points this season


- Lady Raiders improve to 13-0 for the first time since the 2003-2004 season


- Cowgirls fell to 8-2 on the season, and their next challenge is Texas at home on Saturday.


- Kierra Mallard finished the night with five blocks, putting her at 188 for her career, which places her just four blocks shy of passing Crystal Boles (191) for second all-time in blocks at Tech


- Mallard finished the game with 19 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and four steals marking her fifth double-double of the season

- The 19 points marked the second highest points total for the senior this season, her high was 22 against University of Missouri – Kansas City.


- Mallard was the only Lady Raider to reach double-digits in scoring, two players had nine points (Monique Smalls and Jordan Barncastle)


- The Cowgirls finished the game with two players in double-digits with Kendra Suttles finished with 15, and Tiffany Bias finished with 10.


- Liz Donohoe continued her hot play as just a freshman with 11 rebounds and seven points


- Lady Raiders finished shooting just 32.8 percent from the floor, Cowgirls finished shooting 32.3 percent


- Oklahoma State outrebounded Tech 43-41, Cowgirls turned it over one more time than Tech, 15-14, and both squads had seven steals


- Cowgirls were 7-for-11 from the free-throw line, while Tech was 13-for-21; Lady Raiders had more made free throws than Cowgirls attempted


- The Oklahoma State Alma Mater was played following the game to remember Kurt Budke and Miranda Serna, who were lost back on November 17 in a tragic plane crash


- Lady Raiders take their undefeated record on the road on Saturday to take on Missouri in Columbia, MO with the game starting at 4 p.m.

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