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GALLERY: Women’s Basketball vs. Tennessee

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Photo by Photo by Meredith Seaver

An Aggie salutes during the singing of the national anthem.

On Thursday night, the Aggies outscored the Lady Vols 79-62. The women’s basketball team returns to Reed Arena for their final regular season matchup against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Sunday, March 3 at 4 p.m.

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  • Sophomore center Ciera Johnson reaches for the tipoff.

  • The Aggies went 11-for-17 in free throws.

  • Sophomore forward N’dea Jones had 10 rebounds against the Lady Vols.

  • Junior guard Shambria Washington scored 11 points.

  • Sophomore guard Jada Walton has played in 24 games in the 2018-19 season.

  • Sophomore guard Chennedy Carter scored 28 of the Aggies’ 79 points.

  • Junior guard Shambria Washington was 4-for-7 shooting field goals.

  • Holly Warlick is in her 34th year at the University of Tennessee and her 7th year at the helm of the women’s basketball program.

  • During the game, TAMU Association of Former Yell Leaders Executive Director and former Junior and Senior Yell Leader Richard Biondi, Class of 1960, presented Junior Yell Leader Reid Williams, Senior Yell Leader Blake Jones and Junior Yell Leader Karsten Lowe with plaques in honor of their time in the positions.

  • Sophomore guard Kayla Wells scored 29 of Texas A&M’s 79 points.

  • Sophomore guard Chennedy Carter surpassed the school record, previously held by Danielle Adams (2010-2011), after scoring at least 10 points in her 33rd consecutive game. 

  • Sophomore center Ciera Johnson had eight rebounds.

  • Sophomore forward N’dea Jones played for 35 minutes.

  • Texas A&M head coach Gary Blair is finishing the 16th year leading the women’s basketball team.

  • Sophomore center Ciera Johnson played 21 minutes for the Aggies.

  • Cadets in the crowd waved giant cutouts of players including sophomore guard Aahliyah Jackson.

  • Sophomore guard Chennedy Carter increased her 20+ point game school record to 41 games after scoring 28 points against the Lady Vols.

  • Sophomore guard Kayla Wells scored a career-high 29 points, including a career-high five 3-pointers.

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