Texas A&M vs. Texas-Arlington: One and done for the Mavericks

By Lara Boyko - March 17, 2007


The 2007 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament is not big enough for two teams that bear the name of Texas as the Texas A&M Aggies just outsted the Texas-Arlington Mavericks with a final score of 58-50.

It definately wasn't a pretty game to watch and even Texas A&M coach Gary Blair said best in the post-game press conference that he was "proud of how you can not play your best, but still find a way to win."

The Aggies were out-reabounded 45-32, a beating on the boards that the Aggies last saw against Tennessee 12 years ago, but leading all scores for Texas A&M was Danielle Gant with 24 points and 14 rebounds. Follwoing her was teammate Takia Starks with 10 points.

Texas-Arlington, who shot a sad 22% from the field, was led by Terra Wallace with 18 points and Ashley Bobb with 10 points and a team-leading 15 rebounds.

Stay tuned, Boise State faces off against George Washington next...


The first deep thought of the day comes from the Texas-Arlington band...

Nuts and bolts, we got screwed...
- Chant following a foul called on Maverick's No. 21, Jamie Buxkemper.

Posted by Lara Boyko at 04:14 PM on March 17, 2007
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