MSU Bulldogs managed to score with efficiency
Throughout this game, Mississippi State demonstrated just how efficient the Bulldogs can be. While it would have been nice to see more ball movement and assists (MSU only had 10 assists), it's great to see that the Bulldogs score their 89 points on 51 percent shootin from the field throughout this game. Lauren Park-Lane hit five of her 10 shots. Jessika Carter went 10 for 15 from the field. Debreasha Powe was three for six (and two for four from three point range).
And speaking of three point range, Mississippi State posted a respectable shooting percentage from deep. Monday evening, from behind the three point line, MSU went seven for 17. That translates to just over 41 percent.
Doing all of that in general isn't exactly the easiest thing ever. Some might just say it's a little difficult. Doing that on the road against a conference opponent? Well, that's pretty dang good.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team dominated rebounding with ease
On the road, the Mississippi State women's basketball team dominated the rebounding efforts against the Florida Gators. MSU managed to pull down a very respectable 43 rebounds to just 30 rebounds for the Gators.
Specifically looking at offensive boards, Mississippi State grabbed a dozen of them while Florida had 10 offensive rebounds. It would've been nice to see more dominance in that area, but outrebounding an SEC team by 13 on their own court? That's solid.