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Texas Tech women upend Texas 69-62; first 9-win conference season for Kristy Curry

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    Texas Tech's Kelsi Baker (41) shoots against Texas' Imani McGee-Stafford during their NCAA college basketball game in Lubbock, Texas, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. (AP Photo/The Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long) ALL LOCAL TV OUT (The Associated Press)

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    Texas Tech's Christine Hyde, right, drives against Texas' Nneka Enemkpali during their NCAA college basketball game in Lubbock, Texas, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. (AP Photo/The Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long) ALL LOCAL TV OUT (The Associated Press)

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    Marsha Sharp smiles during a ceremony to honor the 1993 Texas Tech national championship team at an NCAA college basketball game between Texas Tech and Texas in Lubbock, Texas, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013. (AP Photo/The Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long) ALL LOCAL TV OUT (The Associated Press)

Chynna Brown scored 16 points to lead Texas Tech over Texas 69-62 on Sunday, adding to Lady Raiders fans celebrating the 20th anniversary of their national title.

Casey Morris added 15 and Kelsi Baker got 14 for Texas Tech (19-7, 9-5).

Chassidy Fussell scored 27 points on 10-of-17 shooting to lead the Longhorns, who now have lost four straight. Imani McGee-Stafford got 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Longhorns.

It is the first season Texas Tech has won nine conference games since Kristy Curry took over in 2006.

Wearing throwback uniforms from the 1993 championship team, the Lady Raiders got 26 points off of Texas' 24 turnovers.

Texas Tech protected the ball well, committing a season-low five turnovers.

Texas (9-15, 2-11) outrebounded Texas Tech 39-28 and hit on 51 percent of their shots. The Lady Raiders made only 37 percent of their field goals.