Texas Women’s Basketball disciplined hoops beat New Orleans 131-36

09 Nov By
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AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Women’s Basketball thumps New Orleans 131-36 in a fast-paced, highly disciplined play by Texas. Every Texas Longhorn got playing time with 79 points coming from the bench. 

No 22 freshman guard Kyndall Hunter scored 27 points hitting seven for eight 3 pointers, No 2 junior guard Aliyah Matharu scored 18 points, No 11 Joanne Allen-Taylor 15 points 

Texas hit 47-77 field goals (61%), 13-23 (56.5%) 3-pointers, 24-43 (55.8) free throws, and rebounded 53 (23 offensive, 30 defensive).

The only place Texas was not effective was on the right side inside the 3-point line because only three shots were taken there. The rest of the court Texas dominated at will.

Texas plays Stanford on Sunday Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.

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