Lady Hawks down by 11 with one minute left, get to one possession but cannot close gap
Alexis Udoji hit layup with 16 seconds left in regulation to tie, UMES outscores SSU 16-5 in OT
UMES led 48-41 in the second half, Udoji finishes with near double double
UMES was down 11 in the second half, outscored MSU 24-9 in final 13:31
Lady Hawks tip off at 5:30 p.m. at the Hytche Athletic Center
2.1.14, A&T 73, UMES 63
UMES Women's Basketball versus New Jersey Institute of Technology inside W.P. Hytche Center (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES Women's Basketball versus North Carolina Central University inside W.P. Hytche Center (Photos by Megan Raymond)
UMES Women's Basketball versus Morgan State University inside the W.P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Megan Raymond)
UMES Women's Basketball versus Coppin State University at the Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Megan Raymond)
2013-14: Saw action in all 30 games, including 10 starts ... finished second on the team in three-pointers made (33) and assists (39) ... selected to the 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Commissioner's All-Academic Team ... played 14 minutes in the home-opener versus USC-Upstate (11/08/13), finished with six points and a season-high three steals ... made her first start of the season in the road win over UMBC (11/16/13), scored 11 points ... netted 10 points in the overtime home win over George Mason (11/23/13) ... recorded 12 points in a season-high 39 minutes at Monmouth (12/03/13) ... registered 10 points at Mount St. Mary's (12/21/13) ... tallied eight points and a season-high four assists at Howard (01/18/14) ... wrapped-up her sophomore campaign scoring 12 points versus Coppin State in the quarterfinals of the MEAC Tournament (03/13/14).
2012-13: Recovered from preseason injury to serve as a point guard and three-point threat for UMES ... played in 15 games with six starts, averaging 2.7 points a game and making 12 three-point baskets ... made first-career basket at Florida A&M (1/28) with three-pointer ... scored six points with career-high four rebounds at Bethune-Cookman (1/28) ... career-high nine points with pair of steals vs. North Carolina A&T (2/2) ... earned eight points off 3-4 shooting vs. Coppin State (2/18).
High School/Club: Four-year varsity starter at Eastern High School ... led Eagles to the 20th District finals and regionals ... named team captain and member of All-Tournament team in Louisville Invitational ... four-year member of the National Honor Society and Honor Roll ... played AAU ball with KY Lady Retros, Louisville Sting and KY Blast ... led Louisville Sting to Kentucky AAU state championship from 2007 through 2009, again in 2010 with KY Blast ... earned AAU State Championship co-MVP.
Personal: Born July 16, 1994 in Idaho ... daughter of Chris and Liane Taylor ... has a sister, Chanelle, and a brother, Chris ... majoring in business ... pregame routine includes eating a small meal, practicing shooting and listening to music ... personal best sports moment is earning runner-up in the 2007 AAU National Championship ... lists her family as people who influence her most for pushing her to be the best on and off the court ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is graduating high school with a 3.925 GPA ... plans to earn an MBA and Ph.D in business upon graduation ... favorite saying is "Don't wish things were easier, wish you were better" ... hobbies include hanging out with family and friends ... favorite moves include "Lion King 2", "Man on Fire", "Love and Basketball", "Rio" and "Despicable Me" ... personal athletic goals this season are to gain a starting position, average at least a 3:1 assist/turnover ratio and win the MEAC Championship ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to earn First Team All-MEAC and make the NCAA Tournament.
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