The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 05, 2002, Image 9

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Tuesday, February 5, 2002
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Ags look for back-to-back wins
Women's basketball team heads to Stillwater to take on Cowgirls
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jjjurday, the Texas A&M women’s basket-
1F L P WANTE r w teani now f° cus on accomplishing
‘jotiething it has yet to do since joining the
Ki j Mkis.-s . gjp 12 Conference — win back-to-back
,96-5464 774-3871 B| lcrence games.
King- Night Manage' f The Aggies’ chance will come Tuesday
; , L „ when they take to the road to face the
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, s ,n,^nia,T Stillwater ' at 7 p.m.
it an Austin area yow-SA&M (1 1-10, 3-6 Big 12) broke a five-
i .ike '-avis Mr.^ ie losing streak when it defeated No. 14
University of Texas Longhorns at Reed
.md c- a e- Alina, 70-65, on Saturday.
’e Aggies got the victory with an
agferessive defensive effort and the clutch
ing of several players, led by sopho
more guard Toccara Williams’ 20 points and
junior forward Kim Moore’s career-high
eight steals.
Blhe victory broke the Longhorns’ streak
aflseven straight wins against the Aggies
B helped A&M exceed its conference win
. v-rrvDpvr from last season, when it finished 2-14.
^ <M .ihiisc that y’.inK- was something
. RF600R rec a very emotional for us,” said A&M senior
^iffird LaToya Rose. “Coach had told us
before the game that it was going to be war,
?olonce we found our groove in the second
A, we weren’t going to lay down for
Pop Producer JBThe Aggies need to continue riding on
m emotions to expand their winning streak as
the\ try to overcome an abysmal history of
: ■ : T ' «.i Big 12 road games.
r.s! ♦drummet c**7i ie Aggies only have managed five wins
iniheir 44 trips since joining the conference
PETS inB9% and have lost 18 of their last 19 road
games. Their lone win was against the
University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan.,
earlier this season.
, ;, ko S5Q; 4ft ccwlMAt this point, however, the Aggies are
■ i : i just pleased to be facing their first unranked
2 f "'< opponent in the past three and a half weeks.
jB'Um glad [the streak] is over and I’m
5 . glad we ended it the way we did ” said A&M
^Htd coach Peggie Gillom. “1 got tired of
vei! ... (^ aniwering the same question about playing
• • $ Day S35C ranked teams.
ts: Brazos Anrr ■“Every team in the conference plays the
www.sheiterpetsc sanie teams we did. All we can do is take
Care of our business here at home, and now
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A&M sophomore guard Toccara Williams pre
pares to take a shot during the Aggies 70-65
we just have to focus on picking one up on
the road.”
Oklahoma State (11-11, 3-6) will be
trying to snap a two-game losing streak
when the Aggies come to town, after loss
es to the University of Oklahoma at home
and an 80-62 loss in Waco to Baylor
victory over the the University of Texas on
Saturday at Reed Arena.
University on Saturday.
The Cowgirls lead the all-time series
against the Aggies, 15-4, and have won the
last five meetings between the schools.
The last Aggie victory in the series was
in 1999 when they left Stillwater with a 61-
57 victory.
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Friday will be your last opportunity
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