COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Karla Gilbert led No. 16 Texas A&M with 15 points in a 76-27 romp over Prairie View A&M on Wednesday night.
The Aggies (2-0) led the Panthers 38-10 at halftime. The 27 points for the Panthers were the fewest scored against Texas A&M since Louisiana Tech managed just 26 in a December 2012 game.
The Aggies made 34 of 64 shots for 53.1 percent compared to the Panthers' 10 of 51 for 19.6 percent. The Panthers put up 16 3-point attempts, making only three. The Aggies made one 3-pointer, but tried only seven.
Joining Gilbert in double figures for the Aggies were Courtney Walker and Achiri Ade with 11 points each.
The Panthers (0-2) didn't have a player score in double figures. Jeanette Jackson, who scored 32 points in the Panthers' opener against Rice, was 0-for-14, finishing with one point before fouling out. The Panthers committed 30 turnovers.
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