HAYS, Kan. – Tatyana Legette and Whitney Randall both scored 17 points and the fourth-ranked Fort Hays State women overcame a slow start to blow past Northeastern State 88-50 Thursday at Gross Coliseum.
The Tigers (14-0, 5-0 MIAA) trailed early by five but used a 21-4 keyed by 12 Whitney Randall points to take the lead back for good. They went on a 33-3 run over the third and fourth quarters to blow the game open and led by as many at 45 in the second half.
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Kacey Kennett added 15 points and Taylor Rolfs hit four threes and scored 14 points while grabbing five rebounds along with four assists as the Tigers bench scored 42 points.
FHSU shot 50-percent from the floor and hit 10-of-22 threes while dishing out 18 assists with only eight turnovers.