Sunday's game between South Carolina and Arkansas marked a match-up between a Gamecock squad that boasts eight players that are six feet or taller against a Razorback team with a roster that included only one player taller than six feet.
Including Sunday's game, South Carolina has won four of its last five meetings with Arkansas played in Columbia.
Carolina guard Angela Hunter did not play on Sunday due to an injured left foot. Her return date is unclear.
Brionna Dickerson's season high for rebounds was two entering Sunday's game. She grabbed two boards in the first 10 minutes of the game and finished with three.
Larissa Kulcsar returned to the lineup after missing two games with an injured left foot.
Entering Sunday's game, the duo of Demetress Adams and Melanie Johnson combined to average 21.1 points per game in Carolina's 10 wins and 10.6 points per game in Carolina's eight losses. Adams and Johnson combined to score 15 points in the first half of Sunday's game.
The Gamecocks took a 29-25 lead into the locker room at halftime. Including Sunday's game, Carolina is 11-3 when leading at the half.
Carolina converted on 13 of its 24 field goal attempts in the first half, marking the sixth time this season that the Gamecocks shot 50 percent or better in the first half.