Betty Lennox led six Louisiana Tech players in double figures with 15 points as the second-ranked Lady Techsters routed host Arkansas-Little Rock, 95-52, yesterday in a game that began at 10 a.m.

Louisiana Tech (14-2, 5-0 Sun Belt) and Arkansas-Little Rock (4-11, 1-4) were scheduled to play Thursday night, but snow forced a postponement.

The game was scheduled for yesterday morning because Louisiana Tech needed to return home for a game against Arkansas State today.

"Playing two games in two days kind of throws a kink in our season," Lady Techsters Coach Leon Barmore said. "But what will really make things rough is if we have to spend seven hours busing back home."

Tech made 21 of 37 shots in the first half, including 6 of 11 three-pointers, en route to a 55-16 lead. The Trojans made 5 of 24 in the half and finished with 39 turnovers overall.

Shaka Massey, Cheryl Ford and Takeisha Lewis added 13 points each for Louisiana Tech, Ashley Antony had 11 and Catrina Frierson scored 10.

* OLD DOMINION 96, WILLIAM & MARY 44: In Norfolk, Lucienne Berthieu scored 18 points and grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds and the No. 16 Lady Monarchs ran their Colonial Athletic Association winning streak to 90 games.

The Lady Monarchs (14-3, 7-0) led 48-17 at halftime and won for the 139th time in 140 CAA games since the 1994-95 season.

William & Mary (5-11, 0-6) got 16 points and 11 rebounds from Kate Von Holle, but had no other player with more than six points. Natalie Diaz added 17 points for Old Dominion, Sharron Francis had 15 and Hamchetou Maiga and Okiesha Howard each had 14.

* TULANE 91, SAINT LOUIS 64: In New Orleans, Salome Hector scored 20 points, Grace Daley had 18 and the No. 22 Green Wave (17-2, 6-2 Conference USA) forced 37 turnovers. Hector also had eight of the team's 22 steals.

Daley is 10 points from becoming just the second women's player in conference history to score 2,000 or more career points. Melissa Oliver's 20 points led Saint Louis (8-11, 1-7), which lost its fifth straight.

* VA. COMMONWEALTH 88, GEORGE MASON 83: The struggling Patriots lost their fifth straight, falling in double overtime in Richmond. George Mason (5-12, 1-5 CAA) twice overcame eight-point deficits in the second half, and junior guard Jen Surlas's jumper at the buzzer sent the game into the first overtime. Surlas led the Patriots with 27 points.

* RICHMOND 115, AMERICAN 93: The Spiders shot a season-best 64.5 percent and had five players score in double figures to defeat the visiting Eagles. Richmond improves to 8-9, 3-3 in the CAA. Kate Miller had 27 points for the Eagles (9-7, 2-4), who trailed by 23 at the half.

* DAYTON 69, VIRGINIA TECH 65: Christi Hester scored 27 points on 10-for-14 shooting to lead the Flyers (10-9, 5-3 Atlantic 10) over the Hokies (12-6, 5-2) in Blacksburg, Va. Tere Williams and Chrystal Starling led the Hokies with 22 and 20 points, respectively.

Thursday's Late Game

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- Kristi Rohr had 20 points and No. 15 UC Santa Barbara won its 12th straight game, 96-72 over Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo.