W.BBall Hosts Temple Inside Fertitta Center (W 78-65)


(Patrick) #1

Another must win for the team as they continue to look to come together for later in the conference.

SCOUTING THE OWLS
Temple enters Saturday’s contest with a 4-10 overall record and a 0-2 mark in The American. The Owls have lost three-consecutive games including a 66-57 defeat at home against Tulane on Jan. 8.
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Temple averages 62.9 points per game while shooting 37.8 percent from the field and 26.8 percent from beyond the 3-point line. Mia Davis leads the Owls in scoring at 18.4 points per game, while Alliya Butts averages 14.5 per night. On the defensive end, Temple allows opponents to average 65.2 points per contest on 39.2 percent and 34.4 percent from the field and beyond the arc, respectively.
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Davis also leads the Owls on the glass, pulling down 8.8 rebounds per night. Davis’ total helps Temple outrebound opponents on average 39.4-38.2.


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Only 8 Coogs in uniform. Jazz Harris isn’t on the bench.


(shharper01) #6

We do we only have eight? Lots of injuries or transfers, etc.?


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Not sure. Not much news about the team out there. Kris Gardner is here so hopefully he gets something.

Coogs down 20-14 after one.


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I think it may be illness hitting the team.


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Never mind, saw Jazz up in the stands across from the bench. Guessing she’s suspended. Got told she got into it with Coach during the UCONN game.

Coogs up 34-33 at half. Came back after being down 25-14.


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Coogs up 56-55 at the end of the 3rd.


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Coogs pull away late, 78-65


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Good “stick to it” by the Ladies. Curious to hear the story on Jazz.


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NEWS AND NOTES

* Houston won its second-consecutive game against Temple after dropping the first eight all-time matchups in the series.
* The Cougars outrebounded the Owls 37-29. The 29 rebounds for Temple are a season-low for a Houston opponent. The Cougars won the offensive rebound battle 14-8, leading to a 17-8 advantage in second-chance points.
* The Cougars also held advantages in points off turnovers (19-18), points in the paint (34-28), fast-break points (24-11) and bench points (27-16).


(Patrick) #16

Got honored again for this one :+1:


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BALANCED SCORING HELPS COOGS TOP TEMPLE AND IMPROVE TO 2-1 IN CONFERENCE PLAY
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The Coogs’ bench outscored the Owls’ bench 27-16. Houston also outscored Temple 17-8 in second-chance points and 24-11 in fast break points.

“We talked about the accountability of sticking together and holding your teammates accountable,” Hughey commented. “It’s a sisterhood where you have to pick your teammates up when mistakes happen. I think they did that; and, they were able to fight and get a win over a tough Temple team.”


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Coogs sitting in 5th and play two teams below them in the next two games.