When you get a chance to extend you season, you want to take advantage of it. That is exactly what the Texas Tech Lady Raiders are doing. They grabbed their second win in the WNIT, beating the Green Wave of Tulane 69-55 Sunday afternoon in the United Spirit Arena.
It's not the NCAA, but the WNIT and the Texas Tech Lady Raiders are making the most of it to play on. Play on they did last night, rolling to an 85-71 win over Eastern Illinois in the United Spirit Arena.
It was a season that start out on a good note. The Lady Raiders were rolling right along, going 14-0. That included a big early win over one of the top teams in the Big 10, Penn State. In fact, the Lady Raiders were ranked as high as Number Ten heading to Norman Oklahoma to play the Sooners. Then …
These are the games you need to win. It's a home game for the Texas Tech Lady Raiders and they know they need to protect the home court. They'll try and do that tonight when they host the Kansas Jayhawks in the United Spirit Arena.
The Texas Tech Lady Raiders were on a five game losing streak but that came to an end this past weekend. The Lady Raiders show why they are ranked #21 in the country and beat the Texas Longhorns 75-71.
They are undefeated. They have bagged to big time wins, one over Oklahama State here in Lubbock and the other on the road at Missouri. Now the Lady Raiders are ranked #10 in the latest Associated Press poll.
The 13th ranked Texas Tech Lady Raiders went on the road over the weekend up Missouri to play the Tigers. Coach Kristy Curry had said earlier that it was a tough place to play. That turned out to be true.
Most coaches will tell you that conference play is the most important part of the season. To start off conference play with a win is huge. That is exactly what the Texas Tech Lady Raiders did Wednesday night.