Ladies stumble at Colorado College
Friday, January 2, 2015
Centenary (0-11)
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Colorado College (1-11)
1/2/2015 | Colorado Springs, CO | Attendance: 101
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Centenary332861
Colorado College364884
Stats at a GlanceCENTCCW
FG Percentage.350 (21-60) .471 (33-70)
3P FG Percentage.333 (4-12) .250 (2-8)
FT Percentage.577 (15-26) .800 (16-20)
Offensive Rebounds816
Defensive Rebounds2437
Total Rebounds3253
Turnovers1617
Steals810
Bench Points1416
Statistical LeadersCENTCCW
PointsBriana Edwards - 17
Danielle Davis - 23
ReboundsRebecca Thompson - 7
Courtney Tyus - 11
AssistsLinda Gomez Gil - 1
Rhonda Martin - 1
Kelsey Burtrum - 1
Briana Edwards - 1
Rebecca Thompson - 1
Jessica Bruti - 1
Courtney Tyus - 10
StealsBriana Edwards - 2
Rebecca Thompson - 2
Danielle Davis - 3
BlocksBriana Edwards - 2
Courtney Tyus - 1

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Centenary women’s basketball team opened Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play with an 84-61 loss at Colorado College on Friday evening.

Briana Edwards led the Ladies with 17 points, with 11 coming in the opening stanza, while Linda Gomez Gil gathered 11 points for the Maroon and White, all in the first half, in the outing. Rebecca Thompson grabbed a team-best 7 rebounds and added 9 points in the decision.

Centenary (0-11) trailed 36-33 at the break, but CC outscored the Ladies 48-28 in the second stanza to garner its first win of the season.

Courtney Tyus paced the Tigers with a triple-double scoring 15 points, grabbing 11 rebounds and dishing out 10 assists in the victory. Danielle Davis led the way for the Black and Gold with 23 points while Katie Waters added 19 points.

The Maroon and White finished the evening shooting 35 percent from the floor including a 33.3 clip from behind the arc. The Ladies went 15-for-26 at the charity stripe.

Colorado College shot 47 percent from the field, but connected on just 25 percent from behind the three-point line. The Tigers were 80 percent from the free-throw line.

Centenary returns to action on Saturday, Jan. 3 as it wraps up its trip to Colorado Springs. Tip is slated for 5 p.m. central.