Lady Vols Beat Missouri Despite Having Two Players Ejected Late in the Game

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Andraya Carter matched a career high with 16 points Friday night as No. 8 Tennessee outlasted Missouri 63-53 in a game that featured the ejection of three players.
Tennessee center Isabelle Harrison and Missouri guard Juanita Robinson had to be separated as they as they exchanged words after getting tangled up while fighting for rebounding position with less than 3 minutes remaining. Both players were ejected, and Tennessee center Nia Moore also was ejected after officials determined she left the bench during the incident.
The Lady Vols (11-2, 1-0 SEC) trailed by seven points late in the first half before going on a 14-0 run midway through the first half to pull ahead for good. Ariel Massengale scored 14 points and Jordan Reynolds added 10 as Tennessee earned its seventh straight victory.
Jordan Frericks scored 23 points and Morgan Eye added 18 for Missouri (10-4, 0-1).
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