NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Chelsea Dungee and Alexis Tolefree scored 21 points apiece and No. 21 Arkansas cruised to an 86-53 win in its second-ever meeting with Arkansas-Little Rock on Saturday.
A'Tyanna Gaulden added 15 points and Amber Ramirez had 12 on four 3-pointers for the Razorbacks (11-1), who won their sixth straight.
The game was part of a doubleheader with the Razorback men's team at Simmons Bank Arena.
Dungee hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter to help the Razorbacks open a 23-11 lead. The redshirt junior who started her career at Oklahoma reached 1,000 career points at Arkansas with her final points, a three-point play early in the fourth quarter.
The Razorbacks led 41-27 at the half and outscored UALR 20-12 in the third quarter to break it open.
Arkansas held the Trojans to 34% shooting, forced 19 turnovers and had a 41-32 rebounding advantage, led by Dungee's eight.
Angelique Francis had 15 points for Little Rock (2-8) and Teal Battle had 12.
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