Ladies Basketball Falls at #14 Trinity
Freshman Shreveport-native Deunya Small scored a collegiate best 11 and added 12 rebounds for her first career double-double.
Ladies Basketball Falls at #14 Trinity
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Centenary College (3-10, 0-3)
Trinity University (13-0, 2-0)
1/7/2017 | Trinity University, Sams Gymnasium | Attendance: 211
Centenary College715231358
Trinity University2314311381
Stats at a GlanceCENTWBTUW
FG Percentage.323 (21-65) .417 (30-72)
3P FG Percentage.194 (6-31) .308 (4-13)
FT Percentage.625 (10-16) .630 (17-27)
Offensive Rebounds1315
Defensive Rebounds3232
Total Rebounds4547
Bench Points1742
Statistical LeadersCENTWBTUW
PointsJasmine Morris - 19
Monica Holguin - 15
ReboundsDeunya Small - 12
Abby Holland - 7
TEAM - 7
AssistsJasmine Morris - 4
Ashley Alexander - 3
Mollie Hughes - 3
StealsEssa Badon - 1
Linda Gomez Gil - 1
Savanah Doty - 1
Deunya Small - 1
Rachel Chavez - 5
BlocksJasmine Morris - 2
Savanah Doty - 2
Mollie Hughes - 3

SAN ANTONIO – Centenary (3-10, 0-3 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) fell to #14 Trinity (13-0, 2-0 SCAC) 81-58 Saturday night, January 7.

Down 37-18 right before the half, the Ladies used a 7-1 run in the second quarter and right after half to cut the deficit to 13. Sophomore Savanah Doty hit a triple and classmate Jasmine Morris split from the line right before halftime. Trinity split from the line to begin the third quarter, but Doty answered with a fastbreak three.

Morris scored a game-best 19 points on 8-for-14 shooting. Doty added 12 while freshman Deunya Small recorded her first double-double with 11 points and a game-best 12 boards.

While Centenary shot 40 percent in the second half, it could not overcome a 25.7 percent shooting mark in the first half. The Ladies finished at 32.3 percent (21-for-65) for the game.

Despite both teams failing to score for the first 1:41 of the game, Trinity scored the first seven points and led 23-7 after one.  Abby Holland and Monica Hulguin hit fastbreak hoops for the home team, and Allison Stanley hit a three.

When the Ladies cut the deficit to 13 early in the second half, Trinity scored another seven unanswered to push the lead to 20. Holguin hit a fastbreak layup off a Holland steal and Mollie Hughes hit a layup. Holland split from the line, and Micah Weaver hit a pair as Trinity led 45-25 with 7:44 left in the third.

Trinity never led by less than 18 the rest of the way.

Holguin led Trinity with 15 points, while Rachel Chavez came off the bench for 12. Holland and Weaver added 10 each. Trinity used its depth it the win as the Tigers outscored the Ladies in bench points 42-17.

Centenary will kick off home conference play next Friday night when it entertains Colorado College. Tip is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. with free admission.