MANHATTAN, Kan. – Powered by a 37-point double-double from Bre’Amber Scott and 26 points from guard Jasmine Shaversthe Texas Tech Lady Raiders rolled to an 85-65 victory over Kansas State Saturday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum.
In the largest Big 12 road victory since 2011, Texas Tech (14-4, 2-3) notched its first victory in Manhattan over the Wildcats (12-6, 1-4 Big 12) since 2015.
In what turned to be a career performance for both Scott and Shavers, the guards scored their 63 points on just 30 shot attempts.
Scott narrowly missed tying Sheryl Swoopes free throws made record, as the sixth-year guard was an incredible 17-of-19 from the line. Swoopes’ school record for free throws made in a game was 19 (Jan. 29, 1992 vs. Houston).
Not to be out done was Shavers, who shot of 10-of-16 field and also grabbed four boards.
Both Scott and Shavers shattered their previous career-highs.
Leading for 36 minutes and 42 seconds of a possible 40 minutes, Saturday, the Lady Raiders shot 28-of-53 from the floor (52.8 percent) and 22-of-26 from the charity stripe.
Guard Brylee Glenn led the Cats in scoring, as the guard scored 24 points.