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The use of software that blocks hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. The Tide pushed back with a strong edge in the third quarter, but the Rebels countered with a flurry in the fourth to seal victory — their first over Alabama since and first in Tuscaloosa since Really glad we were able to stave off Alabama's run and come away with the victory.
The Lisa Leslie Award Top list member finished with 25 points on 9-of shooting and an Ole Miss career-high 13 rebounds.
Madison Scott also finished with her third career double-double with 11 points and 10 boards. Ole Miss shot 41 percent from the floor while outdoing the Crimson Tide in the paint and on the glass Besides Austin's dominant night, the Rebels showed off their depth by outscoring Alabama's benchsomething that proved crucial at Coleman Coliseum on Thursday night. After giving up a jump shot from Megan Abrams on the game's opening possession, the Rebels used a run to seize control early while getting three steals a halfway through the first quarter.
Ole Miss controlled the pace of the game offensively and forced a scoring drought to conclude the first quarter with an lead.
Six different Rebels found the scoreboard as they shot 41 percent from the floor. The Tide cut the deficit to five to begin the second quarter thanks to an offensive burst from Abrams, but the Rebels answered most threats to keep a multi-possession, lead with left in Alabama hot women first half.
Both teams proceeded to go back-and-fourth before a couple easy baskets from Austin and Scott gave Ole Miss Alabama hot women point lead. A three-pointer from Hannah Barber made it a game going into the locker room. Ole Miss shot 48 percent from the floor and had their way in the paint with a advantage.
Austin finished another dominant first half with 12 points 5-of-8 FG ,while Collins had six, all of which came from the three-point line. Scott's five rebounds gave Ole Miss a plus-five advantage on the boards Defensively, they forced the Crimson Tide to shoot 30 percent and forced six turnovers to along with three blocks, two of which came from Caitlin McGee. Alabama made it a point to attack the basket to begin the second half as they drew fouls and cut the deficit to five just a few minutes in.
Valerie Nesbitt also picked up her third personal foul during that stretch. After seeing their big lead dwindle down to three, McGee ended an Tide run in the second half with a corner jump shot. The Rebels staved Alabama off for the next five minutes, but an Abrams three-pointer and free throws from Jordan Lewis gave Alabama their first lead since the game's opening possession to go into the final quarter up The Tide continued to attack the basket, extending their lead to five before Austin kicked into another gear as Ole Miss stormed back with a run and took a lead with remaining in the contest.
Alabama rallied, cutting the deficit to two with to go after a pair of free throws.
Austin went 1-of-2 from the free throw line on the following possession and got a rebound with her team up by three with a minute left. After a free throw from Scott, Alabama called a timeout down with 42 seconds left. Lewis nailed two free throws to make it a one possession game again 10 seconds later. Four seconds separated the shot and game clock as the Rebels possessed the ball. Mimi Reid was intentionally fouled, sending her to the free throw line. Reid connected on both with Ariyah Copeland's layup went off the mark, and Donnetta Johnson's rebound free throw sealed the deal for the visitors from Oxford.
I played 11 kids tonight. There is strength in our bench. They like the experience, and I don't believe they want that to fade anytime soon. Our team is primed to play really good basketball right now.
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