The Lady Raiders have lost a game with an SEC opponent. They didn't play it, it just got canceled due to COVID-19 issues with the Missouri Tigers. The Red Raiders' Basketball team also lost a game this week when St. John's decided against travelling to Lubbock.

As the Men's team did, the Lady Raiders released a statement saying they would be working to schedule a replacement game, but as of this moment nothing has been settled.

The Texas Tech women's basketball game against Missouri previously scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 10 at United Supermarkets Arena has been canceled due to issues related to COVID-19 within the Tigers' basketball program. The Missouri athletics department announced the cancellation on Monday afternoon.

 

A rundown of ticketing options will be emailed to individuals who purchased tickets for the game against the Tigers. The Lady Raider basketball program is working to schedule a replacement game.

The Lady Raiders game with Missouri was originally scheduled for December 10th so they have time to get a replacement game on that date. The Lady Raiders will be back on the court against another SEC team as the team takes the court against Vanderbilt on Wednesday, December 2nd.

The team is off to a good start with a 2-0 record and a star player in transfer Vivian Gray who is leading the team in scoring with 24 points per game. She's also added 15 boards and seven assists through her two games. Returners Chrislyn Carr, Lexi Gordon and Alexis Tucker are all averaging double digit scoring totals as well.

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