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    Bradley's 15 Points Leads Horned Frogs Past Cornell
    FORT WORTH – TCU senior Jaycee Bradley drained five three-pointers on the way to helping lead the TCU Horned Frogs to a 59-49 win over the Cornell Big Red, Sunday afternoon at Schollmaier Arena.

    Bradley and Kianna Ray knocked down back-to-back three-pointers to give TCU an early 8-0 advantage and the Horned Frogs never looked back, leading all the way to a 10-point home victory.

    Cornell cut what was once a 15-point deficit down to three points, trailing 49-46 with 5:37 left to play, but Ray drained a three-pointer at the other end and that proved to be the dagger. The Big Red got it back to down to a four-point deficit in on its next possession, but TCU closed out the final 3:22 of the game on a 7-1 run.

    Bradley led the Frogs with 15 points and Ray added a season-high 14 points. Lauren Heard notched her second-straight double-digit effort with 13 points.

    Ray led the team on the boards with nine rebounds, Heard led the squad with four assists and Yummy Morris tallied a career-high four blocks.

    0 – TCU held Cornell's leading scorer, Samantah Widmann, to zero points on the day. Widmann averaged 10.8 points per game last season and came into Sunday's game having scored 22 points in Cornell's season-opener on Friday.

    TCU Head Coach Raegan Pebley

    "We had a strong start. We took care of the ball. [Cornell] is a team that last year, forced multiple teams to over 30 turnovers. I think their high was forcing 38 turnovers. They change their defenses up a lot. I that was a positive for us today. It was a physical game and I liked how we embraced the physical play."

    TCU will close out its season-opening three-game home stand this Thursday, Nov. 14, hosting Nicholls State. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m. at Schollmaier Arena.

    Nov. 10, 2019 – Fort Worth, Texas (Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena)
    Attendance: 1,755
    TCU (2-0) – 59
    Cornell (1-1) - 49

    • TCU won for the 18th consecutive time over a non-conference opponent at home.
    • TCU opened the season with back-to-back wins for the seventh straight year, which includes all six seasons under head coach Raegan Pebley.
    • TCU improved to 2-0 all-time against Cornell and 6-2 all-time against Ivy League opponents.
    • TCU won for the fifth straight time inside Schollmaier Arena and improved to 8-2 in its last 10 home games.
    • Coach Pebley moved to 97-71 all-time at TCU and 253-246 overall in her career.

    • TCU started with a lineup of Jaycee Bradley, Jayde Woods, Lauren Heard, Kianna Ray and Adeola Akomalafe.
    • TCU is now 2-0 on the season with the starting line-up of Bradley, Woods, Heard, Ray and Akomalafe.
    • The Horned Frogs scored the game's first eight points.
    • TCU finished the game draining 11 three-pointers. It marked the most three-pointers in a game since connecting on 10 three's against Kansas State on Feb. 23, 2019.
    • TCU had at least three players record multiple steals for the second straight game and four of its last five games dating back to last season.
    • TCU forced 24 turnovers, which led to 20 points. The Horned Frogs have forced 20+ turnovers in back-to-back games this season.
    • TCU shot .458 (11-of-24) from three-point range on Sunday, the team's highest shooting percentage beyond the arc since a .609 (14-of-23) effort against Missouri State back on March 17, 2018.

    Jaycee Bradley led the way for the Frogs in scoring, making 5-of-11 (all of which came from behind the arc) for 15 points.
    • Bradley scored her most points in a game since notching a 21-point effort against TCU in the WNIT Quarterfinals back on March 25, 2018.
    Kianna Ray added 14 points, including 3-of-7 shooting from three-point range, and led the team with nine rebounds. It was the eighth time of her career she led the team in rebounds and the most rebounds she has recorded in a game since Jan. 13, 2018 against West Virginia.
    • Ray also posted three blocked shots. She now has 95 in her career.
    Lauren Heard scored 13 points, including 2-of-4 shooting from beyond the arc. She has scored in double-figures in both games this season and 18 times in her career.
    Yummy Morris set a new career high in blocks, stuffing four Big Red shots on the day. Her previous high of three blocked shots last came on March 21, 2019, against Prairie View A&M.
    • Morris also pulled down seven boards. She has tallied 5+ rebounds in a game seven different times in her career.


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