- Mercer women's basketball team fell short in a 64-58 loss to Tulane in non-conference action
- Tulane outscored Mercer 21-14 in the fourth quarter to secure the win
- Mackenzie Johnson led the Bears with 12 points
Mercer Bears fell short in a 64-58 loss to Tulane in a non-conference women’s basketball game. Despite leading 44-43 in the fourth quarter, Mercer couldn’t maintain its lead as Tulane outscored them. The Green Wave’s offensive rebounds and free throws made the difference. Mercer’s Mackenzie Johnson led with 12 points, while Deja Williams added 11. Mercer made a season-high nine three-pointers but shot 38% from the field. The Bears defense held Tulane to 32% shooting. Tulane’s 21 offensive rebounds and 78% free throw shooting sealed the victory.
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