RUSTON, La. -- Raigyne Moncrief had 17 points and No. 15 LSU women held Louisiana Tech to only 29.4 percent shooting in an 81-69 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday.
Jeanne Kenney added 13 points for LSU (4-1) which led 54-40 with 13:00 to play when a fight broke out. Officials reviewed the video and ejected DaShawn Harden and Danielle Ballard of LSU and TyJae' Chenevert of Louisiana Tech.
The Tigers led by no less than 12 from there.
Whitney Frazier had 24 points and eight rebounds and Christassia Walter added 15 for Louisiana Tech (0-3). The Techsters missed their first nine field goals of the game and only led when Walter made 1 of 2 free throws to open the scoring.
LSU has now won the last nine meetings between the schools and took the lead in the all-time series, 15-14.
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