Jackson Scores A Career High In Loss To Aggies
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (12/18/06) ? A strong second half propelled No. 19 Texas A&M past the North Texas women's basketball team 70-52 from Reed Arena. Thanks to a career-high 24 points by Sanetra Jackson, the Mean Green (3-7) trailed by only six at t
Thanks to a career-high 24 points by Sanetra Jackson, the Mean Green (3-7) trailed by only six at the break, 29-23, but the Aggies (7-2) shot it 50 percent from the floor in the second half and was able to pull away from
“We played well at times tonight and I was proud of the way that we came in here against one of the top teams in the Big XII,” said
A layup by Talicia Sanders gave the Mean Green a 17-16 lead with 7:37 left in the first half.
The second half however began with a 23-6 run for Texas A&M led by Takia Starks who scored 16 of her 20 points in the second half.
The Aggie lead got to 65-41 at the seven minute mark of the game on a basket by Starks.
Amber Jackson scored in double figures for the second straight game with 10 points for the Mean Green. Sanetra Jackson’s previous career-high was 20 points.
North Texas is back in action Thursday afternoon with a battle against