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Women's Basketball Falls To No. 3 Duke

Duke's Lindsey Harding, back, fouls Tulsa's Tandem Mays during the first half.
Duke's Lindsey Harding, back, fouls Tulsa's Tandem Mays during the first half.
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Dec. 14, 2003

Box Score

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Mistie Bass had 21 points and a career-high 12 rebounds to lead third-ranked Duke past Tulsa 90-36 Sunday.

Alana Beard scored 19 points, while Monique Currie and Iciss Tillis each added 16 for Duke (6-1).

Reserve Jillian Robbins led Tulsa (3-3), which lost its third straight game, with 12 points.

Bass missed her first shot from the field, then hit five straight as Duke closed the first half with a 24-7 run. Bass had 13 points and Beard 12 to help Duke build a 44-15 lead at the break.

Duke outscored Tulsa 22-6 in the first 9? minutes of the second half.

Bass shot 7-for-8 from the field and 7-for-11 at the line to match her career best for points.

Duke outrebounded Tulsa 53-31.