EDINBURG — Before Saturday, the last time the UTRGV women’s basketball team lost four straight games was during the 2012-13 season — the year before Larry Tidwell took over as the program’s coach and began his run of unprecedented success.In posting the first three winning seasons in Division I program history, Tidwell and the Vaqueros were typically dominant at home. After knocking off Canisius in the UTRGV Fieldhouse on Dec. 19, UTRGV was 48-13 at home during Tidwell’s tenure.
EDINBURG — When UTRGV women’s basketball junior Nichele Hyman leapt in the air to try to grab a rebound during a preseason scrimmage against Texas State, she felt a player sweep her legs out from under her. As she crashed back-first onto the floor, her head snapped backward and smacked against the hardwood.“I got up, and I don’t really remember all that happened,” Hyman said.
EDINBURG — When the UTRGV women’s basketball team took possession of the ball trailing by three in the final 10 seconds of overtime, point guard Valeria Tapia was confident.After all, just a few minutes earlier, her team had erased a five-point deficit in the final 15 seconds of regulation to force the extra period.“I was like, ‘OK, we can do it again,’” Tapia, a freshman from Brownsville, said.
UMKC is 1-11 against DI teams this year but is giving UTRGV women's basketball a game in WAC opener. UTRGV up 26-22 at halftime.
Nichele Hyman, playing her first game of the season after sitting out with a concussion, has 5 pts in 13 mins.
Final: RGV Vipers 124, South Bay Lakers 118
RGV led by as many as 21 in 4Q, and Lakers pulled within 3 late but never regained the lead.
Monte Morris: 20 pts, 17 asts
Zhou Qi: 23 pts, 8 rebs
Tyler Lydon: 19 pts, 14 rebs
Isaiah Hartenstein: 18 pts, 7 rebs
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