• November 29, 2021

Bellock’s career-high 18 leads Texas A&M past Wichita State 71-45 in first round of NCAA tourney

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – If it is time for March Madness, it is time for Gary Blair’s Texas A&M Aggies to peak. Each year, first in the Big 12 conference and now in the SEC, the Aggies build momentum through the conference tournament and roll into the NCAA tournament.

They opened their 2013 NCAA tournament with a dismantling of Wichita State. with star center Kelsey Bone in early foul trouble, the Aggies went to a balanced attack, led by a career high 18 points from forward Kristi Bellock. Seven players scored at least six points for A & M, as they outscored the Shockers by 13 in each half to create a 26 point blow out.

Michelle Price was the only person to score in double figures for the overmatched Shockers, who were held to 32.7 percent shooting.

Texas A & M faces Nebraska Monday night.

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