PREVIEW: Crusaders travel to Sul Ross State University for Saturday's Matchup

PREVIEW: Crusaders travel to Sul Ross State University for Saturday's Matchup


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The University of Dallas women's basketball team continues its three-game road trip on Saturday, November 23, at Sul Ross State University. First tip is scheduled for 1 p.m.


- The Crusaders captured their first victory of the season with a 66-40 result on Tuesday at Southwestern Adventist University.

- Gracie Williams (Midwest City, Okla.) and Beyonce Perry (Lake Jackson, Texas) have paced the offense the first two games with 13.0 points-per-game (ppg0 and 12.5 ppg, respectively.

- Jules Oliveti (Southlake, Texas) and Alissa Dutton (Houston, Texas) are the top rebounders with 17 and 11, respectively. The duo have six offensive rebounds apiece to lead the squad.

- Oliveti ranks third in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) with 8.5 rebounds-per-game and fourth with a 54.5 field goal percentage.

- Perry is 10-for-10 at the free throw line.

(Opponent Notes)

- Sul Ross State enters 1-2 on the season.

- The Lobos rallied past Louisiana College, 70-68) at Louisiana College on Saturday. This past Tuesday, they fell 80-64 versus Texas Permian Basin in an exhibition.

- SRSU is averaging 54.3 ppg.

- Chandre Nunez leads the offense averaging 15 points a contest and 26 total rebounds.

- Kaylee Martinez also has eclipsed 20 boards with 22.


- UD Season Stats

- SRSU Season Stats

- SCAC Weekly Notes

- UD is 7-16 overall vs. the Lobos … Last matchup was December 31, 2017 in Irving with Sul Ross winning 75-62 … Oliveti scored eight points and had three rebounds in that game … Dallas won last game in Alpine with a 72-55 result on Dec. 30, 2014.


Dallas finishes the road stretch with its third road game in a week at University of the Ozarks on Nov. 26 at 5:30 p.m.