Women's Basketball

Mays Scores 24 To Lead SMU To 66-47 Win Over Cincinnati

SMU Mustangs
66 47
(13-7, 4-5) (9-11, 2-7)

1st 2nd F
 CIN 22 25 47
 SMU 39 27 66

 Points 66 47
 FG Made-Att. 26-60 17-50
 FG Percentage 43.3% 34.0%
 3FG Made-Att. 5-19 4-13
 3FG Percentage 26.3% 30.8%
 FT Made-Att. 9-13 9-16
 FT Percentage 69.2% 56.3%
 Rebounds 13-40 10-32
 Assists 21 7
 Turnovers 15 22
 Blocks 2 7
 Steals 12 9

 Individual Leaders
 Stat  SMU  CIN
 Points  K. Mays - 24  Quisenberry - 11
 Rebounds  A. Simpson - 7  J. Randolph - 14
 Assists  K. Mays - 8  A. Lovett - 3
 Blocks  Tied (2) - 1  J. Randolph - 4

 Up Next
 Who:  vs. Temple
 When:  Sat., Feb. 1 - 3:30 PM CT
 Where:  Moody Coliseum - Dallas, Texas
 Radio:  KAAM 770 AM
 Live Stats:  SMU Gametracker
 Live Video:  PonyUp TV
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Jan. 28, 2014

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DALLAS (SMU) - Keena Mays scored 24 points and the SMU Mustangs forced 22 turnovers as they beat the Cincinnati Bearcats, 66-47, at Moody Coliseum on Tuesday night. Akil Simpson added 17 points and Mallory Singleton scored 14 in the win.

SMU improved to 13-7 (4-5 The American) and 7-2 at home with the victory, while Cincinnati slipped to 9-11 (2-7).

SMU took a 39-22 lead into halftime with Mays (15 points) and Singleton (10) leading the Mustangs into the break. Cincinnati opened the contest with a 12-6 lead, but SMU went on a 14-1 run into the nine-minute mark to gain control at 20-13. After a layup by Jeanise Randolph gave Cincinnati its first field goal in almost five minutes at the 8:43 mark, Mays scored 10 straight points over the next two-plus minutes to give SMU a 30-17 lead with 6:11 remaining in the half.

After a three-pointer by Cincinnati's Alexis Durley cut SMU's lead to 30-22, Singleton quickly responded with a layup to open the lead back to 10 at 32-22 with 4:24 left in the first half. SMU's lead would remain in double-figures for the rest of the contest. SMU's largest lead came with 2:23 left in the game after a Simpson layup brought the Mustangs' advantage to 22 points at 66-44.

The Mustangs held Cincinnati to just 34 percent shooting from the field while making 43.3 percent of their own shots. SMU recorded 21 assists on 26 field goals, led by eight assists from Mays, tying a season high. Mays also tied a career high with six steals. Simpson tallied seven rebounds and a block while Gabrielle Wilkins recorded five points and seven rebounds.

Next up for the Mustangs is a home contest against Temple at 3:30 p.m. CT on Saturday. The game is the second of a doubleheader with the SMU men's basketball team, who takes on Memphis at 1 p.m.



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