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June 16, 2024

Women’s Basketball vs. Mississippi St.

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Center Khaalia Hillsman faces up to the basket to shoot the ball.

No. 15 Texas A&M defeated visiting No. 11 Mississippi St. in a close one, 64-58.
Photos by: Morgan Engel

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  • Courtney Walker

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  • Women’s Basketball

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  • Guard Shlonte Allen came off the bench and sparked the Aggies. She had 6 points on the night.

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  • Shooting Guard Courtney Walker reaches out to grab the ball before the Mississippi St. defender.

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  • Forward Anriel Howard fights for the jump ball.

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  • Guard Chelsea Jennings sets up a play.

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  • Guard Shlonte Allen dribbles the ball up the court on a fastbreak.

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  • Guard Shlonte Allen throws up an acrobatic lay-up.

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  • Point Guard Courtney Williams rises above the defender to shoot the ball.

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  • Williams scored 20 points and grabbed five rebounds Friday against Tennessee.

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  • It was a team effort to grab a win tonight, 11 different Aggies touched the playing floor.

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  • The Aggies fought back in the second half to overcome a deficit at halftime.

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  • Guard Courtney Walker dribbles the basketball up the floor.

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  • Guard Curtyce Knox throws an impressive pass to a cutting Courtney Williams.

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  • Guard Curtyce Knox plays defense.

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  • Coach Gary Blair instructs his basketball team.

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