ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Dionne Marsh and Jana Francis each
scored 17 points, leading No. 23 New Mexico to the most lopsided
victory in school history, 101-22 over Morgan State on Tuesday
"I don't know what you can say about that game," Lobos coach
Don Flanagan said. "We took them out of the game. We wanted to
make sure we got on them early and didn't give them any confidence
in their game."
New Mexico scored the first 15 points, while Morgan State missed
its first 11 shots. Markeda Hollingsworth hit a 3-pointer 6:26 into
the first half to end the drought.
The Lobos (10-1) limited Morgan State to 14-percent shooting and
eight field goals -- both school records. New Mexico shot 36-for-64
from the field.
Marsh, who added seven rebounds and two blocks in a reserve
role, shot 9-for-10 from the line.
New Mexico also got a career-high 13 points from Brandi Kimble
and 11 from Judy Vogt.
Morgan State (1-8) was led by Sarissa Gaskins' seven points.