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Tulsa Women's Basketball Team Falls To Rice 76-69

Kara Pongonis scores 15 for Tulsa in the loss (file photo).
Kara Pongonis scores 15 for Tulsa in the loss (file photo).
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Jan. 17, 2004

Box Score

HOUSTON - Anne Peck scored a career-high 20 points to lead Rice's 76-69 victory over Tulsa in a Western Athletic Conference women's basketball game Saturday afternoon at Autry Court.

Peck scored nine straight Rice points during a critical second-half run. Her three-point play with 4:20 left gave the Owls a two-point lead at 61-59. After Tulsa tied the game with 3:51 remaining in the game, she sank a pair of free throws 10 seconds later, added a jump shot in the lane with 2:56 left, and hit another jump shot with 1:17 to go, giving Rice a 67-63 lead. The Owls never trailed again.

Rice led 36-29 at the half, taking the lead on a three-pointer from Kate Beckler with 7:08 remaining.

The Lady Owls (7-7, 4-1 WAC) led by as much as eight in the second half, but Tulsa regained the lead (57-56) on a three-point play by Jillian Robbins with 6:25 left in the game. Then Peck took over.

Also for Rice, Lindsey Maynard had 14 points, the sixth consecutive game in which she has scored in double figures. Beckler had 11, including three three-point field goals.

Tandem Mays led the Golden Hurricane (9-6, 2-3 WAC) with 19, followed by Kara Pongonis with 15 and Robbins with 11.