Feb. 13, 2013
UT Arlington (4-18, 2-10 WAC) vs. Idaho (12-12, 9-4 WAC)
Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 - 7 p.m. CST
Arlington, Texas (College Park Center)
Series: Idaho leads 1-0
ARLINGTON, Texas- The UT Arlington women's basketball team will host Idaho Thursday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. at College Park Center.
The Mavericks are 4-18 overall and 2-10 in the Western Athletic Conference. The team broke a nine-game losing streak last Thursday, Feb. 7 after a 73-72 overtime victory against Texas State in San Marcos. Since the win, the team lost 73-45 to UTSA.
This is the second meeting between the two schools. Idaho defeated the Mavericks almost one month ago 70-52 in Idaho.
The Vandals are looking to continue a three-game winning streak after defeated San Jose State, New Mexico State and Denver.
Laila Suleiman is averaging 8.9 points per game throughout the season and 10.3 in conference play. Malaika Green is second on the team in scoring averaging 7.4 points per game while Aron Garcia is leading the team with 7,8 rebounds per game, which rankers her seventh in rebounds in the conference.
Desherra Nwanguma is averaging 13.8 points per game in the last six games after scoring in double figures in five of the last six contests.
The game marks the annual breast cancer awarness game and gives fans the opportunity to support the cause.
Fan can purchahse T-shirts to support Arlingon Cancer Center patiens.
Contributions can be made to the Cancer Research Foundation of North Texas for Arlington Cancer Center.
For information regarding season tickets for the upcoming men's basketball season log onto UTAMavs.com or call 817-272-6319. Season tickets are $49 and include all 14 home games.
UTA students don't forget to log onto your MyMav account to purchase your All-Sports Pass for $50. This gives you entry into all home UTA Athletic events. For more information call 817-272-6319.
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