Pirates sink Centenary
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Centenary (0-14, 0-4)
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Southwestern (Tex.) (5-9, 3-0)
1/10/2015 | Georgetown, Texas | Attendance: 116
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Centenary223355
Southwestern (Tex.)374178
Stats at a GlanceCENTSUWBB
FG Percentage.324 (22-68) .389 (28-72)
3P FG Percentage.231 (3-13) .375 (12-32)
FT Percentage.667 (8-12) .667 (10-15)
Offensive Rebounds1313
Defensive Rebounds3534
Total Rebounds4847
Turnovers1611
Steals511
Bench Points742
Statistical LeadersCENTSUWBB
PointsDeiAnna Hall - 17
Valerie Logan - 12
ReboundsBriana Edwards - 13
Annie Bourne - 15
AssistsRhonda Martin - 4
Valerie Logan - 6
StealsHaley Deshautelle - 3
Renee Walker - 3
BlocksBriana Edwards - 4
Audrey Garcia - 2

GEORGETOWN, Texas – The Centenary women’s basketball team dropped a 78-55 outing at Southwestern University on Saturday afternoon. The decision moves the Ladies to 0-14 on the season and 0-4 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play while SU improves to 5-9 and 3-0 in the league.

DeiAnna Hall paced a trio of Ladies in double figures with 17 points. Briana Edwards supplied a double-double – her third of the season - with 10 points and 13 rebounds. Rhonda Martin concluded the group with a season-high 10 points.

Centenary faced a stout Pirates defense that limited it to just two second chance points in the outing as the squad shot 32.4 percent from the field. The Ladies connected on 66.7 percent from the charity stripe in the contest.

Valerie Logan led the Black and Gold with 12 points. Annie Bourne added 11 points as Madison Eschle supplied 10 points. Olivia Podaras tabbed in 10 of the 42 points tallied by the Southwestern bench as it outscored Centenary by 35 points in the category.

The Pirates, who grabbed their largest lead of the contest at 36 points with 9:32 left to play, finished with a 38.9 percentage from the floor including a 37.5 clip from behind the arc. The Black and Gold was also 66.7 percent from the free throw line in the victory.

Centenary returns to action on Friday, Jan. 16 as it hosts the University of Dallas. Tip is slated for 6 p.m.