The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 26, 1987, Image 11

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cia ;uffe Thursday, February 26, 1987/The Battalion/Page 11 Lady Ags* rally falls short as Hogs win 63-57 1 force $01 ay a pritf rs in lost umber of ally would >1. SMl'c y. rounced ( at the sdi 'ii becaui players. $| ed to nee ganifi By Ed Bodde Assistant Sports Editor The Texas A&M Lady Aggie lasketball team will have to wait until the Baylor game Saturday to and out if it has qualified for the iouthwest Conference Tourna- nent. season, $1.2 mi f the scln said Ln idem foi Despite an inspired comeback, McM dropped a 63-57 decision o Arkansas Wednesday night at Rollie White Coliseum. The idy Aggies, 9-16 overall and 5- 10 in the Southwest Conference, jiust beat Baylor Saturday to rab the final spot in the tourna- icnt. “We have improved so much,” &M Coach Lynn Hickey said. They proved that they could lave beaten the No. 2 team in the onference. If you can stay up ith Arkansas, you can stay up ith most clubs.” The Razorbacks improved to |5-11 and 11-4. “The difference was we were le to score inside,” Arkansas loach John Sutherland said. The Lady Aggies, behind the oring of Evelyn Sanders and Paula Crutcher, jumped out to a [quick 10-6 lead. After Sanders hit a spinning eight-footer in the int for A&M’s 10th point, Ar- nsas began to press. It payed T a quick dividend as Lanell awson stole an in-bounds pass d scored to make it 10-8. ■ A&M still led 14-12 at the 11:27 mark, but Arkansas went Ion a 15-4 run to take a nine-point ilead at 27-18. But the Lady Ag- Igies came right back. ■ Veronda Roundtree canned a 5-pointer and Roper swished one Ifrorn the top of the key to pull Bfithin five. The Razorbacks man- faged a 32-25 lead into the half. ■ The Lady Aggies scored the Hirst basket of the second half to Ipull within three at 32-29 but director)B en went co ^ ; Arkansas then ■owly began to pull away, milu : E Razorbacks outscored the Hady Aggies 24-10 over the next ’ ■ 10 minutes to grab its largest lead of the game at 56-39. Center Bronwyn Wynn contributed 13 TANU m*m mm mmmmmmmmm 5 Sessions for $20 Vbxl 3/10/87 Northgate 846-9779 Students have more fun on HARWOOD STUDENT TOURS o EUROPE 25 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE TOP QUALITY 1st CLASS HOTELS FUN CO-ED GROUPS GREAT TOUR LEADERS 15-35 DAYS 410 COUNTRIES FROM $1195 PLUS AIR EXECUTIVE TRAVEL 121 Walton Dr. (Across from Main Gate on Texas Ave.) 696-1748 Call Battalion Classified 845-2611 THE STUDENT TRAVEL EXPERTS Arkansas’ Bronwyn Wynn looks to dish off the ball as Texas A&M’s Evelyn Sanders (23) and Ve- Photo by Bill Hughes ronda Roundtree defend against her during the Razorbacks win over A&M Wednesday. , alt points for the Razorbacks during the spurt. With 6:12 left in the game, the Lady Aggies came storming back. Lisa Jordan hit one of two free throws, and A&M finally started hitting some outside shots. Fresh man Traci Thomas banged in a 15-footer, and Lisa Herner and Donna Roper both nailed jump ers from just inside the three- point circle as the Lady Aggies cut it to eight at 56-48. Arkansas’ Sheila Burkes cut underneath for a layup to break the run, but Roper scored on a drive and fast-break layup, and suddenly it was a six-point game at 58-52. Herner was able to hit a 3- pointer with 46 seconds left to make it 61-56. But Webb drove the right baseline for a layup, and the Razorbacks had their 15th win of the season. Arkansas also stymied the Lady Aggies’ comeback by hitting four of six free throws in the game’s fi nal minute and a half. The Razorbacks’ Wynn led all scorers with 15 points. Roper led A&M with 12 points, while Crutcher, playing her last game at G. Rollie White, chipped in 11. ipplic applicaia ercenl laif broadcasi vhich ton lev said ti( payment! ie August i by theNG nlev case st NCAA it ol tl Bron Cougars shock Horned Frogs by 20 points to give TCU first home defeat in 24 games FORT WORT H (AP) — Greg nderson scored 14 of his 2/ lints in the last 10 minutes of game Wednesday night to / the Houston Cougars to an 5 upset of 15th-ranked uthwest Conference champion ied about fTexas Christian. TCU dropped to 22-5 and 13-2 id by last i* 1 the conference while the Cou- rebot iprs. who had lost to the Horned Frogs 62-56 earlier in the year, improved to 17-9 and 9-6. The loss ended a streak of 24 consecutive victories in Daniel- Meyer Coliseum for the Horned Frogs. Houston never trailed in the game as guard Tim Hobby scored 25 points, hitting 9 of 13 shots from the field including five 3- point buckets. Rickie Winslow added 17 points for the hot-shooting Cou gars, who gave TCU problems with a tight man-for-man de fense. The Cougars shot 54 percent from the field, to build a 38-25 halftime lead on Randy Brown’s goal at the buzzer. Hobby scored 10 points in the first half, includ ing two 3-pointers. Houston’s tenacious man-for- man defense gave the Horned Frogs problems although Carl Lott made his first appearance af ter missing 10 straight games with a broken finger. Lott scored 16 points, while Larry Richard added 15. Carven Holcombe, TCU’s leading scorer who averaged 18 points per game, had 10 points. Jravel )yl.T.§. \Spring Break "ever at larriott Christi $ 54. per night "(maximum 4 per room) Everyone's coming down with it! Dream . Inc. mdTra^l • BENTLEY’S CLUB. 2 dance floors. Games, prizes. Drink specials. . . Hungry Hour! • INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOL. • Country Club and Athletic Club GUEST PRIVILEGES. • Water Sports. Boat Rentals available. • Beach Transportation available. Call 512/882-1700 for reservations. 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