The SMU women’s basketball team lost to the Wichita State Shockers on Saturday, 52-45.
The Shockers showed a lot of balanced scoring. But seniors Rangie Bessard and Keke Thompson led the way for Wichita State, scoring 16 and 11 respectively.
Senior guard Mckenzie Adams started the game hot, dropping the first 8 points for the Mustangs. But she soon went cold, not scoring her next basket until the fourth quarter. Freshman Ariana Whitfield added 14 points.
SMU lost to the Shockers 63-46 the first time they met up this season in Wichita.
The Mustangs are now 10-17 and 4-10 in American Conference play. Wichita state now has 7-7 record in the American, and is 12-16 overall.
The Mustangs’ next game is against the No.1 juggernaut Connecticut Huskies, led by head coach Geno Arueima and his squad.