The Wichita State women’s basketball beat Prairie View A&M on Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving. The Shockers beat Prairie View A&M 86-71.
“It was important that we came out of the locker room and had good focus,” head coach Keitha Adams said
WSU battled it out during the first quarter ending with a 17-17 tie. During the second quarter of the game, junior guard Seraphine Bastin gave the early lead to the Shockers.
Wichita State also intensified pressure on defense during the second quarter.
“It’s fun to pressure because when we put pressure on the ball they start turning the ball over and we get easy buckets,” senior forward Asia Strong said.