How to watch the No. 7 LSU women’s basketball team host Texas Southern on Monday night

Since losing the season-opener against a ranked opponent in Colorado, LSU’s No. 7-ranked women’s basketball team has reeled off four wins in a row, and it will look to make that five as it hosts Texas Southern at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

TSU (1-2) is still looking for its first win against a Division I opponent. It beat North American but suffered big losses against New Mexico and Old Dominion. Now, it faces its toughest test by far in the young season as it travels to play a top-10 team.

Texas Southern is led by first-year coach Vernette Skeete, and the Tigers are coming off a season in which they finished just 2-27.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch Monday night’s game in which LSU may be without star forward Angel Reese once again after she missed Friday’s game against Southeastern Louisiana for undisclosed reasons.

How to Watch

Injury Report

LSU is healthy entering this game.

Players to Watch


  • Points — G Mikaylah Williams (20.2 PPG)

  • Rebounds — F Angel Reese (10.2 RPG)

  • Assists — G Hailey Van Lith (4.6 APG)

  • Steals — F Aneesah Morrow (3.2 SPG)

  • Blocks — F Sa’Myah Smith (1.6 BPG)

Texas Southern

  • Points — G Daeja Holmes (15.0 PPG)

  • Rebounds — G Daeja Holmes (6.3 RPG)

  • Assists — G Daeja Holmes (3.3 APG)

  • Steals — G Shomari Phillips (1.7 SPG)

  • Blocks — F Jaida Belton (1.7 BPG)


LSU continues to beat up on teams it’s much better than before the non-conference slate heats up again shortly, and this Texas Southern team has suffered double-digit losses to a pair of mid-majors. LSU should be able to make this one pretty lopsided, with or without Reese.

Prediction: LSU 95, Texas Southern 50

Story originally appeared on LSU Tigers Wire