New Mexico State women pick up road win in WAC play
RIVERSIDE, Calif. –With seven seconds remaining, New Mexico State senior guard Soufia Inoussa hit the game-winner to give the Aggies a 62-61 road victory at California Baptist on Thursday.
NM State improved to 12-10 with their third straight win to move to 7-3 in the Western Athletic Conference and California Baptist dropped to 7-3 in conference play.
The Aggies won their third straight game and will host Grand Canyon at 4 p.m., on Saturday at the Pan American Center. Four Aggies found themselves in double figures with Sylena Peterson leading the way with 15 points scored on 5-12 shooting, including one made three. Ashlee Strawbridge matched a career-high in scoring after her 13-point outburst. Molly Kaiser nearly recorded her first career double-double, scoring ten points while grabbing a career-high nine rebounds. The Aggies forced the Lancers to 17 turnovers in the game – the 20th time this season they have forced an opponent to 15 or more turnovers in a game. As a team, the Aggies shot 36.8 percent while the Lancers shot 42.4 percent.
This article originally appeared on Las Cruces Sun-News: New Mexico State women pick up road win in WAC play