Sophomore guard Lindsey Tse came through with back-to-back double figure scoring performances for the Emory women's basketball team in road contests against Chicago and Washington University.
Tse averaged 11.0 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds over the two contests as the Eagles closed out the weekend with an overall record of 10-10. She shot 64.3 percent (9-14) from the floor and sank a pair of three-point field goals in three tries.
Tse was one of three Emory double-figure scorers against the No. 16 Maroons of UC, chalking up 10 points on five-of-seven field goal shooting. She also registered five rebounds to go along with three assists and two steals. She came through with a solid effort against Wash U, picking up 12 points and dishing out seven assists, her ninth game of the year with seven or more assists. Her point total vs. the Bears represented her fifth double-digit outing of the season.
One of two Eagles to have started all 20 games, Tse is averaging 6.2 points and a conference-best 6.0 assists per game.