Again Regan Bolten led the Cowgirls with 22 points in New Orleans on Saturday, but McNeese (2-12, 0-4 SLC) couldn't stop the inside game of Shania Woods and her 22 points for UNO.

According to McNeese coach Kacie CryerWe didn’t come out with the same fire and passion that we started the game with. You have to credit UNO, they came out in the third and were ready to go and they did. Cryer implied the team didn't have it's collective head in the game by adding total mental lapse in the third quarter to describe the Cowgirls effort.

True enough, UNO opened the 2nd half by scoring the first 8 points to regain the lead 47-42 but Bolton kept the 'girls alive with 3 pointers. According to Coach Cryer, the 3rd quarter determined the game I think we're a step behind them and out urgency getting to our spot and fronting the post wasn’t there in the third quarter when they really hurt us.