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Women’s Basketball vs. Rice

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Senior yell leader Gavin Suel attempts to distract a Rice player as she makes a free throw.

The Texas A&M women’s basketball team kicked off the 2018-2019 season against Rice on Wednesday in Reed Arena. The Aggies defeated the Owls 65-54.

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  • Rice center Temi Alao was 2-for-4.

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  • Chennedy Carter and Ciera Johnson attempt to block a Rice player.

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  • Junior forward Cheah Rael-Whitsitt made three rebounds against Rice.

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  • Assistant coach Bob Starkey is in his seventh season at Texas A&M.

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  • Sophomore guard Kayla Wells played for 38 minutes.

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  • Senior guard Shambria Washington helps sophomore guard Chennedy Carter up.

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  • Sophomore guard Chennedy Carter contributed 22 points to the Aggies’ win.

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  • Rice guard Shai Rainey looks to pass the ball.

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  • Sophomore guard Kayla Wells was 5-for-6 in field goals.

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  • Rice guard Erica Ogwumike and sophomore guard Kayla Wells fight for the rebound.

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  • Senior guard Shambria Washington played for 15 minutes Wednesday evening.

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  • The women’s basketball team kicked off the season with a 65-54 win over Rice.

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  • Sophomore guard Aaliyah Wilson contributed 18 points to the win.

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  • Chennedy Carter made two steals against Rice.

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  • Sophomore center Ciera Johnson was 1-for-2 in free throws.

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  • Former A&M women’s basketball player Khaalia Hillsman was in attendance at the season opener.

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  • The Aggies line up with the dance team for the War Hymn.

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