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Ladies Basketball Drops Exhibition to ULM, 83-39
Friday, November 11, 2016
CENTENARY (0-0)
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ULM (1-0)
11/11/2016 | Fant-Ewing Coliseum; Monroe, Louisiana | Attendance: 0
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CENTENARY51181539
ULM2025221683
Stats at a GlanceCENTULM
FG Percentage.250 (15-60) .408 (29-71)
3P FG Percentage.120 (3-25) .286 (4-14)
FT Percentage.462 (6-13) .724 (21-29)
Offensive Rebounds1024
Defensive Rebounds1939
Total Rebounds2963
Turnovers1818
Steals77
Bench Points1322
Statistical LeadersCENTULM
PointsMorris - 9
Ratliff - 22
ReboundsSmall - 9
Moody - 12
AssistsSmith - 3
Collins - 5
StealsTemple - 2
Smith - 2
Cortez - 2
BlocksSmall - 3
Ratliff - 3

MONROE, La. – The Ladies could not overcome a disadvantage in second-chance points and points in the paint as Centenary fell to ULM (1-0) in an exhibition contest for the Maroon and White Friday afternoon, November 11.

The game counts as a regular season game, as it was the 2016-17 home opener for ULM.

The Warhawks used a 28-3 advantage in second-chance points and a 46-18 edge in points in the paint in the win.

Sophomore Jasmine Morris led Centenary with nine points, while freshman Deunya Small added nine boards and six points.

Down 83-31, Centenary scored the final eight points to wrap up the game. Sophomore Erin Temple split from the line. After consecutive defensive stands, freshman Essa Badon hit a triple and Morris hit a pair from the line. After a home team miscue, freshman Caitlinn Holt closed the game with a lay-up on a dime from classmate Sarah Faulhaber.

Centenary was held to 60 percent (15-for-60) shooting for the contest.

ULM used a two players for a majority of its points. Stephanie Ratliff scored 22 points on 10-for-16 shooting, adding the double-double with 11 rebounds. Alexis Collins scored 19 points and added a game-best five assists.

Centenary opens up the 2016-17 season Tuesday night, November 15, at East Texas Baptist. Tip in Marshall, Texas, is set for 5:30 p.m.