Ashley Chevalier stands at only 5-foot-7-inches tall, but the freshman guard imposed the largest defensive presence for the Texas women’s basketball team in its 62-52 win over Kansas State Monday night at the Bramlage Coliseum.
Five minutes into the second half of Texas’ game against Oklahoma State on Sunday, it seemed as if the Longhorns’ offense had gone dormant. The Cowboy’s 2-3 zone had given Texas fits, including one especially ugly shot clock violation possession.
The Texas women’s basketball team dominated the Drake Bulldogs from start to finish Friday night at the Frank Erwin Center, coming away with a 101-80 victory after undergoing a nine-day break from competition and two postponed games due to COVID-19 protocols.
In No. 11 Texas’ 79-63 win over Sam Houston State Wednesday night, Smart’s squad reached its goal and more — notching 36 deflections, forcing 17 turnovers and stifling the Bearcats with full-court pressure.
Vic Schaefer challenged his guards after their inept three-point shooting in the Longhorns’ loss to Texas A&M Sunday. The Texas women’s basketball team responded to the head coach by hoisting a team-record, 37 three-point shots en route to a 73-48 victory against an overmatched Idaho squad.
The Longhorns’ slow start proved too much to overcome as they dropped their first game of the season 66-61. The Texas women’s basketball team shot 18.8% from the field and turned the ball over five times in the first quarter of their game against No. 12 Texas A&M Sunday night.
It seemed like the Longhorns were bound for another clutch finish. With two and a half minutes left in their game against Villanova on Sunday, junior guard Courtney Ramey buried a 3-pointer to even the score at 57 and bring the Frank Erwin Center to its feet.