Last-Tear Poa Shines For LSU In Critical Moment Against Alabama

WHN | Feb 12, 2024

In yesterday’s game against Alabama, junior guard Last-Tear Poa came off the bench to help lead LSU to a stunning…

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In yesterday’s game against Alabama, junior guard Last-Tear Poa came off the bench to help lead LSU to a stunning victory. At halftime, LSU was down and struggling to get their offense and defense together. In a controversial shift, Coach Kim Mulkey chose to bench star transfer Haley Van Lith and start Poa. 

The controversial move ended up being the right one as Poa performed incredibly on offense and defense for the Tigers. Poa netted a career high 11 points and helped the Tigers with 4 assists and 6 rebounds. 

Angel Reese also shined yesterday for the Tigers, getting her 3rd straight game with over 20 points and 15 rebounds. She led the Tigers with an impressive stat sheet of 27 points, 19 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals.

Also leading the Tigers yesterday was Flau’jae Johnson with 16 points. Aneesah Morrow chipped in with 9 points while hitting her 2,000 point milestone.

Aaliah Nye led Alabama with 19 points and two assists.

LSU beat Alabama 85-66!

Photo credit: LSU Women’s Basketball

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