Women's Hoops clipped at Colorado College
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Centenary (0-12)
Colorado College (2-11)
1/3/2015 | Colorado Springs, CO | Attendance: 123
Colorado College393473
Stats at a GlanceCENTCCW
FG Percentage.500 (26-52) .500 (27-54)
3P FG Percentage.300 (3-10) .333 (3-9)
FT Percentage.455 (10-22) .593 (16-27)
Offensive Rebounds1112
Defensive Rebounds2023
Total Rebounds3135
Bench Points135
Statistical LeadersCENTCCW
PointsDeiAnna Hall - 19
Katie Waters - 26
ReboundsRebecca Thompson - 8
Courtney Tyus - 8
AssistsDeiAnna Hall - 1
Rhonda Martin - 1
Haley Deshautelle - 1
Rebecca Thompson - 1
Courtney Tyus - 7
StealsBriana Edwards - 5
Danielle Davis - 2
BlocksBriana Edwards - 3
Katie Wirth - 1
Kali Place - 1

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Centenary women’s basketball were nipped Saturday evening in its second, Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference outing of the season as Colorado College picked up a 73-65 win.

The Ladies placed three players in double figures scoring led by DeiAnna Hall with 19 points. The point total marks a season-high for the Monroe, La., native and was three shy of tying her career-best.

Rebecca Thompson added 15 points for the Maroon and White while Linda Gomez Gil chimed in 10 points off the bench. It marks the sixth time in double-digits for Thompson and the fifth for Gomez Gil this season.

Centenary led early in the contest, 6-0, but the Tigers evened the score and pushed their advantage out to as many as 11 points with 9:30 left in the first half. The Ladies clipped the deficit to as few as a point during the waning minutes of the first 20 minutes on a few different occasions, but the Black and Gold wouldn’t relinquish the lead taking a five-point lead into the intermission.

Colorado College extended its advantage to as many as 10 points in the first, eight minutes of the second half and never looked back in the out en route to its eight-point win.

Centenary posted its best shooting percentage of the season knocking down half its attempts from the floor, besting its previous mark of 40 percent at LSU-Alexandria earlier this season. However, the Ladies shot less than 50 percent from the stripe in the contest and were 30 percent from the 3-point line in the contest.

Colorado College finished the night also connecting on half its attempts from the field including a 33.3 clip from behind the arc. The Tigers were also just shy of 60 percent from the free-throw line.

Katie Waters led the Black and Gold with 26 points. Courtney Tyus added 17 points along with a team-best eight rebounds. Danielle Davis added 15 points to round out the double figure scorers.

Centenary returns to action on Friday, Jan. 9 as its travels to Texas Lutheran. Tip is slated for 6 p.m.