GSU teams fall in doubleheader, look to rebound on road Saturday
GRAMBLING — On Tuesday night at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center, the Grambling State University Lady Tigers (2-13, 1-3) turned the ball over 28 times, missed 15 free throws, and only knocked down three 3-pointers as they handed the Alcorn State Lady Braves their first win (71-48) of the season.
“We just didn’t do anything,” said GSU Head Coach Pat Bibbs. “We didn’t play any defense, we did execute offensively. We just didn’t play.”