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Texas Tech243761
Stats at a GlanceLIPTTU
FG Percentage.333 (14-42) .390 (23-59)
3P FG Percentage.412 (7-17) .304 (7-23)
FT Percentage1.000 (6-6) .615 (8-13)
Offensive Rebounds712
Defensive Rebounds2820
Total Rebounds3532
Bench Points1026
PointsSTASTNY - 13
Smalls - 14
ReboundsPHILLIPS - 8
Hyde - 10
AssistsPHILLIPS - 5
Smalls - 4
StealsWRIGHT - 1
Morris - 4
BlocksBANKS - 1
Schneider - 3
Lady Bison basketball begins 3-game road trip
Saturday, November 17, 2012
By Ryan Hilgemann
Lady Bison basketball begins 3-game road trip

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Lipscomb women’s basketball team continues its run of three teams in four games against BCS conference schools with a 2 p.m. tip-off at Texas Tech on Sunday in Lubbock, Texas.

The Lady Bisons enter Sunday’s matinee looking for their first win of the year after falling short to No. 16 Vanderbilt last Monday.

Lipscomb cut a 20-point deficit to just six points, two different times, but could not capitalize on the comeback opportunity, falling 62-45.

Senior Hannah Phillips led the Bisons with 21 points, on her way to picking up the first A-Sun Player of the Week for the 2012-13 season.

Phillips averaged 18 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 38 minutes per game, all team highs, enroute to her first career award.

Texas Tech enters Sunday’s matinee 1-1, having beat Arizona State 61-49 and falling to New Mexico 65-61. The Lady Raiders return nine letter-winners and four starters from a season ago.

Monique Smalls leads the team with 14 points per game, coming off a career-high 22 points at New Mexico. Christine Hyde leads the team with 6.5 rebounds per game, including three boards a game on the offensive end. Hyde also ranks second on the team with 10 points per game.

The Lady Raiders average 61 a night, knocking down 43 percent of their shots but shoot just 18 percent from 3-point distance.

Lipscomb continues on the road, with a 6 p.m. game at Murray State on Monday, Nov. 26 in Murray, Ky.