Ladies close regular season with 90-49 loss at Austin College
Friday, February 21, 2014
Centenary (La.) (0-23, 0-14)
Austin College (14-10, 9-5)
2/21/2014 | Sherman, Texas (Hughey Gym) | Attendance: 140
Centenary (La.)272249
Austin College434790
Stats at a GlanceCENTAC-W
FG Percentage.271 (19-70) .507 (35-69)
3P FG Percentage.231 (3-13) .467 (7-15)
FT Percentage.615 (8-13) .813 (13-16)
Offensive Rebounds189
Defensive Rebounds2736
Total Rebounds4545
Bench Points245
Statistical LeadersCENTAC-W
PointsBriana Edwards - 18
Kendall Heitmeir - 17
Christina Kime - 17
ReboundsBriana Edwards - 18
Brittany Stepanski - 6
Erin Riley - 6
AssistsLinda Gomez Gil - 4
Brooke Melton - 9
StealsBriana Edwards - 3
Christina Kime - 3
BlocksBriana Edwards - 3
Chrissy Ray - 2

SHERMAN, Texas – The Centenary women’s basketball team fell 90-49 at Austin College on Friday evening to close out the regular season. The Ladies (0-23, 0-14 SCAC) head into the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference as the eight seed to face top seeded Texas Lutheran on Friday, Feb. 28 at 2:30 p.m.

Briana Edwards led the Maroon and White with 18 points and 18 rebounds gathering her 10th double-double of the season. Rhonda Martin added 13 points for the Ladies with 10 coming from Rebecca Thompson.

Centenary shot 27 percent for the game and was 8 of 13 from the charity stripe.

Christina Kime and Kendall Heitmeir paced the Roos in scoring with 17 points each while Erin Riley chimed in 11 points to round out the double-digit producers. Riley along with Brittany Stepanski each grabbed six boards to lead AC.

The Roos connected on 50 percent of its shots from the floor and were 7 for 15 from behind the arc in the contest. The unit was also 13 for 16 from the free throw line.

After falling behind early in the contest, the Ladies rallied back to take a 16-15 lead with 12:08 left in the opening half behind a pair of Edwards’ free throws, but the advantage disappeared on the next Roos’ possession as Katie Gowdy’s layup nine seconds later placed AC back in front. Austin College, which closed the half out on a 26-11 run, grabbed its largest lead of the game with 37 ticks left at 88-47.