New Mexico State's Aerial Assault Downs Lady Raiders 88-67January 10, 2002 · MT Media Relations
New Mexico State hit nine three-point shots in the second half and was led by Jenia Dimitrova, who accounted for five and had six for the game. The Aggies had 13 three pointers in the game, which is a new school record, while the Lady Raiders put up seven.
"New Mexico State leads the conference in three point shooting," said head coach Stephany Smith. "It was a key part of our game plan to stop their perimeter shooting, and obviously we didn't get it done."
Middle Tennessee travels to Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday for the second leg of its Sun Belt road trip. Game time is set for 1 p.m.
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