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University of Missouri at St. Louis University 4 January 2004
SLU (6-7) lost 65-62 to visiting University of Missouri (9-2) at the Bauman-Eberhardt Center (reported attendance, 1,050). A mix of SLU and UM fans saw the Billikens take a 32-31 halftime lead. The Billikens and Tigers stayed close during the second half and the game went down to the final minute of play. While the Billikens used only 7 players during the game, the Tigers were able to spread minutes of action over 11 different players. SLU was led by senior forward Angie Lewis (19 pts, 6 rebounds), senior guard Kirsti Holloway (13 pts), sophomore guard Shea Kenny (10 pts), and senior center Stephanie Solomon (9 pts, 10 rebounds). SLU shot 41% from the field (50% from 3-pt range) and 71% from the charity line. SLU had 35 rebounds (11O, 24D), 13 assists, 14 turnovers, 1 blocked shot, and 6 steals. The Tigers were led by senior guard Tracy Lozier (14 pts), senior forward Evan Unrau (12 pts, 8 rebounds), and senior forward Stretch James (10 pts, 4 blocked shots). Missouri shot 43% from the field (38% from 3-pt range) and 67% from the charity line. The Tigers had 40 rebounds (13O, 27D), 18 assists, 16 turnovers, 9 blocked shots, and 6 steals.

Billikens sophomore guard Shea Kenny (14) had her best effort this season with 10 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. Although Kenny also had 5 turnovers. Tigers senior forward Stretch James (40) goes for one of her four blocks. James scored 10 points for the Tigers.

SLU senior guard Kirsti Holloway (33) scores 3 of her 13 points. Holloway also contributed 2 rebounds, and 3 assists.

SLU senior center Stephanie Solomon (53) contributed 9 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 assists.

Billikens senior forward Angie Lewis (50) led all scorers with 19 points to go with 6 rebounds.

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