GAME RECAP • 1/9/2014
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL vs. WASHINGTON ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY
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Washington Adventist University defeated the University of Maine-Fort Kent women’s basketball team 60-47 in a U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association match-up in Takoma Park, Maryland Thursday evening. UMFK will complete a three-game road trip Saturday in another USCAA game when they visit Briarcliffe (NY) for a 5pm game.
On Thursday evening outside Washington, D.C., the host Shock (5-10) began the game on an 11-0 run in the games’ first six minutes. UMFK (6-5) was able to answer with an 18-8 run of their own to get within three points with 6:30 remaining in the first half. WA then closed the half strong taking a 29-21 lead at the break. UMFK climbed back into the game in the first five minutes of the second half drawing to within three again, 32-29 with 15:28 remaining, but WA went on an 11-1 in building a double digit lead and held the Lady Bengals at bay for the remainder of the game.
WA outscored UMFK 16-4 in fast break points and shot 41% (24-58) to UMFK’s 32% effort (17-54).
Shock forward Courtney Cayard scored 30 points to lead all scorers on the night and Asya Thomas added eight points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. UMFK was led by Jenn Colpitts (SR G Scarborough, Maine) who had 12 points and Danielle Carrillo (JR G Mendota, California) who came off the bench for 11.