CHICAGO — RECORDS & SERIES NOTES
· Texas A&M moves to 2-0, while DePaul starts its season 0-1.
· The Aggies now lead the all-time series 4-2 over the Blue Demons.
· A&M advanced its record to 3-7 all-time versus No. 19 ranked teams in the Associated Press Poll.
· First ranked victory for the Aggies since they defeated No. 25 Tennessee last season (2/16/20).
· First time A&M has scored over 90 points since Nov. 23, 2018 versus Arkansas State.
· The Aggies scored 49 points in the first half, the most since their game against Central Arkansas last season (12/4/19)
· Aggies held the lead for 35:40 of the ballgame, compared to DePaul’s 1:44 with the lead.
· The Maroon & White significantly outrebounded the Blue Demons by a margin of 44-27.
· The Texas A&M bench outscored DePaul’s 22-5, behind Destiny Pitts’ 12 points and McKinzie Green’s eight.
· N’dea Jones, Ciera Johnson and Kayla Wells started their 66th consecutive game for the Aggies.
· Kayla Wells scored the first bucket of the game for the first time this season, and led all Aggie scorers with 22.
· N’dea Jones started her 66th consecutive game for the Aggies, finishing with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
· Jones notched her 28th career double-double and second of the year.
· Ciera Johnson led the team with 12 rebounds for the second-straight game, and also poured in eight points.
· Destiny Pitts led the Aggie bench in scoring with 12 points and a clutch three in the fourth quarter.
· Jordan Nixon earned the second start of her career at Texas A&M, logging 12 points and two assists.
· McKinzie Green posted career-highs in points (eight) and minutes played (21)
· Head Coach Gary Blair now moves to 5-2 all-time against DePaul head coach Doug Bruno. His career record after Saturday’s game rises to 815-330.
The No. 13 Aggies will play Texas Southern at 11 a.m. at Reed Arena on Dec. 2, 2020