The 109 points were the most points scored by TSU since defeating Tougaloo College 106-46 on Jan. 8. 2002. The last time TSU scored over 100 points was against Alcorn, as TSU won 105-70 on Jan. 6, 2020.
Texas Southern (1-1 Overall, 0-0 swac) was paced by Daeja Holmes who had a game-high 26 points as she added eight rebounds. Shomari Phillips added in 17 points, while Jordyn Turner chipped in 12 points and five boards.
The Stallions (0-2 Overall, 0-0 RRAC) were led offensively by Keiarra Rivers who posted a double-double with 20 points and 14 rebounds.
The first quarter was close as there were three ties at scores of two, 11 and 20. The tigers held the slight advantage 25-22 going into the second quarter while never looking back the remainder of the game.
TSU dominated in second quarter outscoring the Stallions 28-11, while shooting 11 of 22 from the field as Holmes would score eight of her points in the period including two three-pointers. Texas Southern led 53-33 going into the half.
The closes North American would get was a 17-point deficit with 9:15 remaining in the third after a good jumper by Elisa Peralta as the Tigers took the 109-67 victory.
The Tigers will travel to North Folk, Va. to take on Old Dominion on Friday at with a 10 a.m. tip-off.