Southern Miss women's basketball takes down ULM on the road

 

From Special Reports

 

 

On Saturday, the Southern Miss women's basketball team beat Louisiana-Monroe on the road at Fant-Ewing Coliseum for the first time since 1981.

 

The Eagles (3-1) dominated in the first half, holding a 29-9 lead at halftime. Senior Amber Landing had 12 points, seven blocks and seven rebounds.

 

"Amber played extremely well," Southern Miss head coach Joye Lee-McNelis said in a news release from the school. "She got a few blocks early, and I think those blocks really generated some confidence for her. That was truly the difference: the confidence she played with. And in turn she hit a bucket and generated a lot of positive thoughts for her, and I think she played her best game today in a Lady Eagle uniform."

 

 

The Eagles face off with Ole Miss on Tuesday.

 

 

 

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