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No. 6 Aggie Women Fall to No. 12 Florida State in Fort Worth

(Source: Jon Carpenter/Texas A&M Athletics)

FORT WORTH, Texas – The No. 6 Texas A&M women’s basketball team was unable to get by the No. 12 Florida State Seminoles, falling 80-58 Sunday night in the Maggie Dixon Classic at Schollmaier Arena on TCU’s campus. A&M (5-1) kept things close in the first half and had a chance to take control late in the third quarter, but was unable to get over the hump late. Junior Chennedy Carter led the Aggies with her fifth straight 20-point game.

It was a tight first quarter that saw the lead go back-and-forth. Carter scored 10 of A&M’s 20 points in the opening period as the team held a two-point lead through one, 20-18.

A pair of scoring droughts at the beginning and end of the second quarter plagued the Aggies as they trailed 40-32 at the break. After a 7-0 run by Florida State (7-0) to start the second quarter, A&M called a timeout with 6:25 to play before the half. The team responded right away as junior Ciera Johnson went to work in the paint and put one in off the glass, sparking the Aggies as they scored on their next four possessions. Florida State was able to regain control of the momentum to close out with the lead.

Florida State extended the lead to double figures early in the third quarter, but a 10-2 run by the Aggies got them back within five with 1:29 left in the third. A&M was unable to hold on to the two-possession difference as the Seminoles quickly returned their lead to double figures at the start of the fourth quarter and never looked back.


  • A&M’s 17 assist were the second most in a game for the team this season, after dishing out 21 assists against Prairie View.
  • The Aggies brought down 30 rebounds against Florida State and have finished with 30-plus boards in all six games this season.
  • Texas A&M used the starting lineup of Chennedy CarterShambria WashingtonKayla WellsN’dea Jones and Ciera Johnson for the sixth time this season.


  • Junior Chennedy Carter led the Aggies with 20 points, extending her double-figure scoring streak to 45 games.
  • Carter upped her career points total to 1,628 and moved into fifth on A&M’s all-time career scoring list, passing Lisa Langston (1982-86).
  • Junior Kayla Wells added 10 points for A&M. She has now scored in double figures in four of the last five games.
  • Junior Ciera Johnson made it back-to-back games in double figures as she also scored 10 against the Seminoles.
  • Junior N’dea Jones led A&M on the boards with six rebounds, logging her fifth game this season with six-or-more rebounds.
  • Head coach Gary Blair moved to 796-323 as a head coach, 388-160 at A&M

The Aggies will return home this week to take on Central Arkansas on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 11 a.m. on Elementary School Day at Reed Arena. Tickets are available here.

Story courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics

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