The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi women's basketball team will look get above .500 in Southland Conference play as they play host to the UTSA Roadrunners at the American Bank Center at 7 PM on Wednesday night in their annual Women's Basketball Coaches Association PinkZone game.
The PinkZone is an initiative by the WBCA to help spread awareness and raise money for the fight against breast cancer. The Islanders and the university will be holding special events and helping to raise funds benefitting the local FirstFriday orginization.
The Islanders come into the game with an overall record of 10-13 and a 5-5 mark in SLC action. They are coming off a road win against Sam Houston State, a 67-62 win to get back even in SLC play.
The Roadrunners come into the game with a 15-8 record overall and an 8-2 record in SLC games. The Roadrunners last played at home against UT Arlington on Saturday, losing by a 69-60 score. It was the second time UTSA has lost to UT Arlington, their only two losses in SLC play.
The Islanders are led in scoring by Jade Davis with a 12.5 scoring average. Myeisha Myles adds 10.7 points per game for the Islanders while leading the team in rebounding with a 7.3 per game average. The Roadrunners top scorer is Monica Gibbs, who leads the team with a 14.0 scoring average.