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Ole Miss Hosts LSU on Thursday

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor
adam.brown@hottytoddy.com

Ole Miss women’s basketball team returns to the court on Thursday evening as they play host to the LSU Lady Tigers. Tipoff is slated for 7 p.m. inside The Pavilion and on SEC Network+.

Ole Miss (6-10, 0-2) comes in looking for its first conference win of the season after falling to the Arkansas Razorbacks 85-55 at home. The Rebels were held to only shot 20 percent from behind the arc at a 3-15 clip.

Senior Crystal Allen who is the top scorer for coach Yolett MchPee-McCuin squad to only 13 points in the game. Her teammates Shannon Dozier and Shandricka Sessoms 6 points apiece respectively against the Razorbacks.

LSU (10-4, 1-1) rolls into Oxford after a 63-52 victory over the Texas A&M Aggies in Baton Rouge.

The Tigers are led on the court in scoring by Ayana Mitchell who is averaging 13.4 ppg while Khayla Ponter is right behind her with 12.6ppg.

LSU is shooting at a .423 clip as a team on the season and they outscore their opponents 255-196 in the first quarter of a contest.

Ole Miss and LSU have met 57 times prior in the all-time series with the Tigers holding a 35-22 advantage. Although the series is tied at 13-13 in games played in Oxford. Last season, LSU got the win over the Rebels in Baton Rouge 84-55.

Fans can watch all the action on the SECNetwork+ or listen to the call on the Ole Miss Radio 105.1 FM.


Adam Brown
Adam Brown
Sports Editor

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