|January 24, 2019||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||Final|
TSU Lady Tigers
|Stats at a Glance||TSU||APSU|
|FG Percentage||.328 (20-61)||.481 (26-54)|
|3P FG Percentage||.250 (2-8)||.304 (7-23)|
|FT Percentage||.500 (5-10)||.789 (15-19)|
SIMS - 2
Final Score: Tennessee State 47 – Austin Peay 74
Records: TSU (1-18, 1-6 OVC) – APSU (9-9, 4-3 OVC)
Venue: Dunn Center
Location: Clarksville, Tenn.
Clarksville, Tenn. --- The Tennessee State University women’s basketball team fell to Austin Peay, 74-47, Thursday night in the Dunn Center.
Tennessee State got off to a slow start and struggled to find its offensive rhythm the entire night.
Tia Wooten led TSU in scoring with 14 points but was the only Lady Tiger to reach double-digits. Jazmine Young recorded a career-high eight rebounds in the game.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- TSU Leaders
- Points: Tia Wooten – 14
- Rebounds: Jazmine Young – 8
- Assists: Terrysha Banner - 2
- Steals: Asia Sims and Terrysha Banner – 2
- TSU shot 32.8 percent from the field (20-of-61) and 50.0 percent from the free-throw line (5-of-10).
HOW IT HAPPENED
- The scored was tied 9-9 when Austin Peay used an 8-0 run to capture a 17-9 lead.
- TSU used a timeout to halt the run but Austin Peay buried back-to-back three-pointers and made the score, 23-9.
- A free-throw by Jasmine Broner ended TSU’s scoring drought to make the score, 23-10, in favor of APSU at the end of the first quarter.
- TSU held Austin Peay to only two points through the first five minutes of the second quarter but the Lady Tigers couldn’t take advantage of the drought.
- Neither team had a particularly strong quarter but APSU outscored TSU 7-6 in the period.
- In the third frame, the teams traded buckets until the Govs used a 6-0 spurt to stretch their advantage to, 44-26.
- After being outscored, 22-16, in the quarter, the score was, 52-32, heading into the final stanza.
- TSU finished the game by outscoring APSU, 11-5, to close the gap to the final score.
- Tia Wooten scored in double-digits for the 12th time this season.
- TSU dropped its third straight to Austin Peay.
- TSU will head to Kentucky to face Murray State on Saturday, Jan. 26.