Southwestern too much for Ladies
Saturday, February 08, 2014
Southwestern (Tex.) (12-10, 8-3 SCAC)
at
Centenary (La.) (0-20, 0-11 SCAC)
4/8/2014 | Shreveport, La. (Gold Dome) | Attendance: 117
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Southwestern (Tex.)484088
Centenary (La.)173148
Stats at a GlanceSUWBBCENT
FG Percentage.529 (37-70) .258 (17-66)
3P FG Percentage.389 (7-18) .125 (3-24)
FT Percentage.438 (7-16) .611 (11-18)
Offensive Rebounds1214
Defensive Rebounds3827
Total Rebounds5041
Turnovers1119
Steals81
Bench Points2919
Statistical LeadersSUWBBCENT
PointsJordan Owens - 17
Chelsea Leeder - 17
DeiAnna Hall - 7
Linda Gomez Gil - 7
Rhonda Martin - 7
ReboundsAnnie Bourne - 12
Rebecca Thompson - 7
AssistsValerie Logan - 11
DeiAnna Hall - 4
StealsAnnie Bourne - 2
Chelsea Leeder - 2
Haley Deshautelle - 1
BlocksOlivia Podaras - 1
Brianna Turney - 1
Annie Bourne - 1

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary women’s basketball team dropped an 88-48 decision on Saturday evening to Southwestern University as the Ladies fall to 0-20 on the season and 0-11 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play. The Pirates improve to 12-10 and 8-3 inside the league.

The Maroon and White were led by DeiAnna Hall, Linda Gomez Gil and Rhonda Martin with seven points each. Rebecca Thompson paced the Ladies with seven rebounds. In her first action of the season, Lindsey Bruce collected four points and three rebounds.

The Ladies shot 25 percent from the field and were 12.5 percent from the three-point line.

The Black and Gold posted three players in double figures led by a double-double from Annie Bourne. Bourne finished the night with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Chelsea Leeder and Jordan Owens each tabbed in a team-best 17 points while Valerie Logan dished out 11 assists.

The Pirates shot 52.9 percent from the floor in the win including 7 of 18 from behind the arc. SU pounded the ball inside gathering 59 of its points in the paint and converted 19 Ladies’ miscues into 25 points.

SU opened with a 23-point advantage in the contest and never looked back gathering its largest lead of the game, 45 points, with four minutes left to play in the contest.

Centenary returns to action on Friday, Feb. 14 as the Ladies host the University of Dallas. Tip is slated for 8 p.m. The contest is the annual Think Pink Game. Fans wearing pink receive free admission to the outing as the Ladies assist in the fight against breast cancer.