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MSU's offensive attack in high mode for victory

December 21, 2013

Mississippi State's Martha Alwal, left, goes after an offensive rebound against Southeastern Louisiana Friday night. (Photo by Jim Lytle)

When it has come to offense this season, the Mississippi State women's basketball team is writing its own book.
The Bulldogs entered Friday night's game averaging 76.6 points per outing. They got to 77 points with 15:52 remaining in the ballgame.
MSU shot 52 percent (35-of-67) from the field as it went on to an easy 109-57 victory over the Southeastern Louisiana Lady Lions inside Humphrey Coliseum.
"I think a lot of that has to do with us attacking," MSU head coach Vic Schaefer said of his team's offensive output. "I like the attack mode that we're in."
It is the second time this season the Bulldogs have surpassed the century mark. MSU (12-1) beat New Orleans 111-38 on Nov. 17. 

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