STAR OF THE GAME
There’s no debating that Kelsey Brooks has been the sixth man of the season thus far for Arkansas (3-0). The freshman scored 16 points in 23 minutes off the bench to lead all scorers. The performance marked the third straight game that Brooks has reached double-digit scoring from off the bench.
PLAY OF THE GAME
On one of its many transition baskets, Calli Berna brought the basketball down the court on the fastbreak and found Jessica Jackson on a tight-window pass down low, despite three Furman defenders within reach. Jackson immediately went up strong with the ball, drawing contact and earning three of her 13 points the hard way on an and-1 score. The play gave Arkansas an early 10-5 lead in the game.
TURNING POINT OF THE GAME
An eight-point swing early in the second half was just what the Razorbacks needed, as the Paladins continued to try and battle their way back into the game. McKenzie Adams and Brookshit back-to-back threes, then Brooks earned two more down low to add to the momentum shift. The sequence helped Arkansas push its lead to 54-29 and take control with 15:35 left to play in the game.
STAT OF THE GAME
Brooks finished the game shooting70 percent from the floor for Arkansas. Converting on 7-of-10 shots, the freshman was also a perfect 2-for-2 from beyond the arc to reach her 16-point total in the game.