COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texas A&M will begin a four game road stretch in Los Angeles to face off with USC on December 15. The Aggies are riding a hot streak having won five straight games convincingly at over 29 points per game. Junior Kelsey Bone is coming off a career high 27 points last Saturday against TCU
The Women of Troy and the Aggies last met in College Station with Texas A&M coming out victorious by a score of 71-70 on a late three-pointer by Sydney Carter. The contest was controlled by the Trojans most of the game as the visitors led by 10 with just over five minutes left to play. Adrienne Pratcher had a career high 22 points in the game, four other Aggies in double figures.
USC is coming off a tough road loss to Fresno State 65-60 with a late rally coming up just short. The Women of Troy were led by Aria Crook with 17 points and Cassie Harberts had her fourth career double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. The Trojans out-rebounded Fresno State 49-42 in the contest and have out-rebounded their opponent in six of their seven games this season. On the season the Women of Troy are led in scoring by Harberts at 16.6 and Crook at 14.2 points per game.
Following the trip to Los Angeles the Aggies will head to Las Vegas for the World Vision Classic, A&M will face off with Kansas State to begin the tournament on December 19. Also appearing in the Classic will be UNLV, Notre Dame, Old Dominion and Alabama A&M.