TCU drills Louisville

Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

FORT WORTH, Texas Corey Santee scored 20 points and TCU gave coach Neil Dougherty his first win over a ranked team, a 71-46 victory over struggling No. 10 Louisville on Tuesday night.

The Horned Frogs (10-12, 6-5 Conference USA) led throughout after Santee made a 3-pointer on the game's opening shot, and really didn't have to work too hard because of Louisville's poor shooting.

The Cardinals (17-5, 7-4), with their lowest-scoring output under third-year coach Rick Pitino, lost for the fourth time in five games since a 16-game winning streak.


No. 2 Connecticut 97, Pittsburgh 42

HARTFORD, Conn. Ashley Battle had 15 points and five steals on Tuesday night.

The Huskies (21-2, 11-1 Big East), who have won 10 straight, emptied the bench late in the first half and by the final buzzer the reserves accounted for 56 points.

No. 9 Texas Tech 73, Missouri 68

COLUMBIA, Mo. Chesley Dabbs scored 14 points and Erin Grant hit a driving shot with 11 seconds left to secure the win for Texas Tech.

The Lady Raiders (22-4, 8-4 Big 12) had to hold on in a frantic finish after leading by 14 points with less than 12 minutes to play.

Missouri (13-10, 4-8) rallied with a 9-1 run, cutting the lead to 69-68 on Evan Unrau's two free throws with 1:24 left.

Unrau led Missouri with 17 points and 10 rebounds.

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