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MSU's Dillingham works to improve

December 1, 2013

Freshman Dominique Dillingham takes a shot for Mississippi State. (Photo courtesy of Lee Adams)

Dominique Dillingham still calls her shooting a work in progress.
Even after a night last week where she scored a career-high 18 points, the freshman on the Mississippi State women's basketball team knows she can do better.
Dillingham only made 5-of-10 shot attempts in an 81-63 victory for the Bulldogs against Savannah State last Tuesday night and vows to improve on the percentage.
"I feel that the more that I work on it, the more it will pay off in a game," Dillingham said. "I miss a lot of easy shots sometimes. It's more about focusing on it. (Been working on) pulling the trigger a little more."

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