Arkansas women blown out in final home game

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas women’s basketball team dropped its final home game of the season, 104-60, to No. 17 Texas A&M in Bud Walton Arena on Thursday.

The Razorbacks had three players in double figures paced by a 15-point effort from sophomore Jailyn Mason. Junior Malica Monk added 13 points and graduate student Devin Cosper dropped in 10 points in her final home game.

The Razorbacks’ (12-16, 3-12 SEC) opening minutes forecasted a good game with the teams matching each other in pace and score. But the Aggies (21-8, 10-5 SEC) sprinted out of the media timeout with an 8-0 run that Arkansas struggled to overcome for the rest of the contest.

The Aggies had a significant height advantage and it show in a couple of key statistical areas as Arkansas was outrebounded 48-28 and gave up 44 points in the paint.

• Jailyn Mason scored 13 points in the first half. She finished with 15 points and has scored in double figures in 18 games this season and 28 games in her career.
• Texas A&M’s 55 first half points is the most given up in the opening frame this season.
• Malica Monk finished with 13 points, her 26th game of the year in double figures.
• Devin Cosper picked up her 18th game in double figures this season finishing with 10 points.

Up Next
The Razorbacks travel to Vanderbilt for the final game of the regular season on Sunday at 2 p.m. The game is available online on the SECN+.

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