(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) Senior core Morgan Haskin and beginner ensure Lauren Tsuneishi any scored 20 points and comparison brazen Lauren McCoy constructed a double-double of 19 points and 13 rebounds as #7 Westmont Women’s Basketball (5-3) posted an 81-59 win over a Flames of Bethesda (0-14). McCoy also tallied 4 assists while Haskin collected 9 rebounds.
Maud Ranger combined 12 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists for a Warriors while Joy Krupa pulled down 11 play and dished off 8 assists.
Both teams started of clever offensively with a Flames joining on 7 of 16 from a building in a initial entertain and Westmont converting 9 of 16. Each group drilled 4 from three-point range. At a finish of a initial 10 mins of play, a Warriors led by a slight 22-20 margin.
However, Westmont’s invulnerability stepped adult a nick or dual in a second and third quarters, permitting only 13 and 9 points respectively while scoring 20 in a second support and 30 in a third. At a finish of a third quarter, Westmont hold a 30-point advantage (72-42).
The final support saw Bethesda convene and outscore a Warriors 17-9, yet it valid to be too little, too late.
For a game, a Warriors done 48.5 percent of their shots from a building (32 of 66) including 42.9 percent from over a arc (12 of 28). Bethesda was singular to 36.1 percent (22 of 61), yet they done 46.7 percent of their three-point attempts (7 of 15).
The conflict of a play was dominated by a Warriors who tallied 16 descent and 25 defensive rebounds to furnish a wilful 51-26 advantage.
Westmont will subsequent be in movement on Saturday, Dec 9, when a Warriors transport to Thousand Oaks to take on a Regels of California Lutheran. Tip-off is scheduled for 2:00 p.m.
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