DETROIT -- Jasmine McCall scored 23 points in Wayne State's
132-13 rout of Temple Baptist on Saturday.
The 119-point margin of victory was three points shy of the NCAA
Division II record. West Texas A&M defeated National Christian
155-33 on Nov. 29, 2001.
The Warriors made 58 field goals, four shy of the NCAA mark of
62 set by Norfolk State on Nov. 20, 1990, against Fayetteville
The Runnin' Rams dressed only five players for the game and
committed 54 turnovers, which resulted in 92 points for Wayne.
Forward Ansley Davenport's 3-pointer finally got Temple
Baptist on the scoreboard with 10:28 left in the first half,
halting a 38-0 game-opening Warriors rally. Wayne then scored 33
unanswered points, a scoring surge that ended just before the half
when guard Bea Mason hit two free throws and a 3-pointer.
Wayne State led 76-8 at halftime.