No. 25 Texas Tech dropped its sixth game out of the past seven contests Wednesday night losing to No. 18 Texas A&M 67-55 in Lubbock.

The Lady Raiders didn't score a field goal until the 14 minute mark of the first en route to a horrific shooting night where Tech was only 29% from the field on 16 of 54 shooting including a paltry 5-20 from the field in the second half.

Texas A&M shot 48% from the field for the game and were led by Adaora Elonu with 16 points. Casey Morris scored 14 points leading the Lady Raiders while Kierra Mallard made her first appearance since the Iowa State game two weeks ago where she scored 8 points off the bench in 31 minutes of play.

Tech was coming off an emotional win Saturday after beating Texa 75-71 in Lubbock and ending a five losing streak, but came out flat never taking a lead at all in the game that Texas A&M controlled from start to finish.

Texas Tech takes to the court Sunday hosting Missouri at 1pm. Texas A&M will host Kansas Saturday night in College Station.