Ladies Come Up Short on the Road, 74-60
Thursday, December 11, 2003

Little Rock, Ark.—The Centenary Ladies basketball team dropped its second straight decision by the score of 74-60 as it fell on the road at Arkansas-Little Rock on Thursday night. The loss was the seventh consecutive for the Ladies.

Centenary (1-8) scored the first basket of the game on a layup by Carly Melvin and battled with the Trojans early. The Ladies held an 8-7 advantage with 13 minutes left in the opening half before UALR went on a 7-0 run fueled by five free throws. The home team would never relinquish the lead the rest of the way.

Arkansas-Little Rock (3-4) shot only 39.2 percent from the field and 7.1 percent (1-of-14) from behind the three-point line, but attempted 40 free throws and made good on 33 of them as three Ladies fouled out of the contest. The Trojans were led in scoring by Tamara Humphrey and Jocelyn Love as each finished with 18 points. Alicia Cash and Heather Morris each added ten points in the winning cause.

Melvin led the Ladies with 15 points and eight rebounds while Tori Alloway scored a career-high ten points in the loss. Alexis Pettway recorded nine points and Julie Danieles notched five assists and three steals to go with her eight points.

Centenary returns to action on December 21st after a break for final exams. The Ladies will host Southern Miss in the Gold Dome at 3 p.m.