FAYETTEVILLE — Five Razorbacks scored in double figures as Arkansas blew past Louisiana-Monroe, 92-46, on Sunday afternoon in Bud Walton Arena.
The trio of Jessica Jackson, Alecia Cooley and Keiryn Swenson led all scored with 13 points each.
It was a career high for Swenson, who came off the bench and scored in double figures for the first time in her career. Also off the bench, Briunna Freeman added 12 points and Jordan Danberry had 10 points.
Defensively, Arkansas held ULM to just 22.1 percent shooting, including 10.5 percent from 3-point range, and also forced 17 turnovers, which led to 27 points off turnovers.
“I thought it was the best 40 minutes that we have played so far.” said coach Jimmy Dykes. “I know it’s only our second game, but I thought from the opening tip to the final buzzer that it was the most complete game that we have played. I really liked our energy defensively and I really liked like how active everyone was on the floor.”
Arkansas continues its four-game home stand with home games against defending WNIT Champion South Dakota on Thursday and Stetson on Monday, Nov. 21.