Feb. 23, 2010
LISTEN LIVE (FAUSports.com - 6:45 pm ET pregame; 7:00 pm ET tip off)
TONIGHT'S GAME: FAU (14-12, 10-6) will look for the program's first ever win over Western Kentucky (18-9, 12-4) on Wednesday night in Boca Raton. The Owls are 0-7 all-time against the Lady Toppers and have already fallen once this season to WKU, 76-57 back on Jan. 13 in Bowling Green.
ON THE AIR: All of FAU's Women's Basketball games this season can be heard live on the Owls' official athletics website, FAUSPORTS.com. Audio links are provided above and on the women's basketball home page. The pregame show can be heard 15 minutes prior to tip off. Jared Smith (play-by-play) will call the game.
LAST TIME OUT FOR FAU: The Owls received a career-high performance from Brittany Bowe in a 78-67 victory over Troy on Saturday at Trojan Arena. The senior point guard scored a career-high 24 points and made a season-high 12-of-18 free-throws in the victory. The win improved FAU's road record to 6-3 in conference games. Coming into 2009-10, the Owls conference road record was 4-25 after three seasons of Sun Belt play.
LAST TIME OUT FOR WKU: The Lady Toppers shot 55% from the field in an 83-74 victory against Arkansas St. on Saturday in Jonesboro. Kenzie Rich led all scorers with 23 points and Arnika Brown recorded another double-double with 21 points and 16 rebounds. The senior has recorded 12 double-doubles so far this season.
GRAND SENIORS: Brittany Bowe and Carla Stubbs will be honored before tipoff on Wednesday night. The pair of seniors each scored their 1,000th career-point in FAU's 84-75 victory over Louisiana on Feb. 10. They become the 8th and 9th players in FAU Women's Basketball history to ecplise the 1,000-point mark. Shontavia Williams tops the all-time scoring list with 1,406 points.
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