UTSA women's basketball saw their season end on Wednesday night as they fell to Louisiana Tech 85-68 in the WAC quarterfinals at the Orleans Arena in Vegas.
It was a clinical performance from Louisiana Tech who shot at 58.3 percent as three Techsters managed double figures in a comfortable victory for the No. five seeds.
Despite falling heavily UTSA had the leading scorer of the game with Kamara King managing 17 points in the game.
It was a tight game early on as the teams struggled for dominance but it was Louisiana Tech that came out on top, going on a 12-4 run to take a lead that they never relinquished.
The run finally stopped as Niaga Mitchell-Cole managed an offensive rebound that allowed Miki Turner to score, but it was only a temporary stay.
UTSA held off Loisiana Tech for the final four minutes of the half scoring just one field goal in the final four minutes but still trailed 40-25 at the break.
The lead pushed out from Louisiana tech as the dominated the second half, managing a 63.6 shooting percentage in the half as they built the lead up to 30 as they destroyed UTSA to advance to the semi-finals.