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Here is a look at some interesting team stats and individual stats on the Middle Tennessee women’s basketball team: Offensive Power The Blue Raiders have been explosive on offense so far this season. They rank second in Conference-USA in scoring offense (74.1 points per game). They also rank second in the conference in scoring margin …

NORFOLK, Va. – Middle Tennessee (11-5, 5-1 C-USA) picked up their fifth straight road win at Old Dominion’s Constant Center Thursday, 65-48. It was their seventh win in eight games. The Blue Raiders dominated the Lady Monarchs (10-7, 3-3 C-USA) from beginning to end. MTSU got out to an early 9-0 lead within the first …

The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider women’s team has reached the midpoint of its 2014-15 season and are looking to top last year’s conference championship run and NCAA tournament selection. On that path to reach another C-USA championship, MTSU became just the 31st NCAA Division I women’s basketball program to register 800 all-time victories after picking up …

The Blue Raider women’s team came up short on Thursday night, losing a 58-51 contest against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Razorbacks (3-0) hit the ground running in the first half, going on a 9-0 run. During that run MTSU struggled offensively, going 0-of-6 from the field. Sophomore guard Olivia Jones scored MTSU’s first two buckets at …

Junior transfer Brea Edwards had only six points on the night, but three of them proved vital as the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (1-1) knocked off the Miami Hurricanes (1-1) off of an Edwards three-pointer with 22.5 seconds left to give MTSU’s women’s basketball team a 53-48  victory. The Blue Raiders have now won 12 straight …

The Blue Raiders came up short Friday night in their opener against the Arizona State Sun Devils, dropping the contest 81-67. Middle Tennessee (0-1) started two new players in freshman forward Rebecca Reuter and junior guard Brea Edwards. Overall, MTSU had three players in the lineup making their first career start, as returning sophomore guard Ty …