Ladies fall 66-55 to TLU
Friday, January 24, 2014
Texas Lutheran (12-5)
at
Centenary (La.) (0-14)
1/24/2014 | Shreveport, La. (Gold Dome) | Attendance: 225
1st2ndFinal
Texas Lutheran323466
Centenary (La.)223355
Stats at a GlanceTLUWOMCENT
FG Percentage.348 (24-69) .333 (19-57)
3P FG Percentage.211 (4-19) .222 (2-9)
FT Percentage.609 (14-23) .577 (15-26)
Offensive Rebounds2111
Defensive Rebounds3631
Total Rebounds5742
Turnovers2022
Steals76
Bench Points3923
Statistical LeadersTLUWOMCENT
PointsKarisa Cantu - 14
DeiAnna Hall - 13
Rebecca Thompson - 13
ReboundsChelsey Stolle - 9
Rebecca Thompson - 12
AssistsKarisa Cantu - 4
DeiAnna Hall - 3
StealsKarisa Cantu - 2
Savannah Hight - 2
Rhonda Martin - 2
Briana Edwards - 2
BlocksChelsey Stolle - 3
Briana Edwards - 3

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary women’s basketball team fell 66-55 to Texas Lutheran on Friday evening. The Ladies fall to 0-14 overall and 0-5 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play while TLU improves to 12-5 and 4-2 in the conference.

Rebecca Thompson paced the Maroon and White with 13 points and 12 rebounds for her first, career double-double. The Benton, La., native’s 13 points were tied for tops on the team with DeiAnna Hall while her 12 boards led the team.

Lizzie Moran added 10 points while Briana Edwards pulled down 10 rebounds.

The Ladies connected on 33 percent of their shots from the floor which is the most since the contest at the University of Dallas earlier this season when they shot 32 percent.

TLU claimed its first double figure advantage of the contest, 22-11, with 5:32 remaining in the first half off a layup by Dydalewicz. The Ladies outscored the Black and Gold 11-10 over the final minutes of the half and trailed 32-22 at the break.

The Bulldogs opened the second stanza with an 11-2 run to push its advantage to 43-24 with 15:05 left in the contest and led by 20 points with 3:53 remaining – their largest of the game.

Karisa Cantu paced the Bulldogs with 14 points off the bench followed by 11 from Savannah Hight also on the bench. Taylor Dydalewicz was the only TLU starter in double-digits with 10 points. Chlsey Stolle led the Black and Gold on the glass with nine rebounds.

Texas Lutheran shot 34 percent from the floor and was 21 percent from behind the arc.

Centenary returns to action on Sunday at 3 p.m. against Schreiner.