|Davis College (8-2)||24||24||35||20||103|
|Word of Life||7||8||5||9||29|
WORD OF LIFE
The Davis College Lady Falcons dominance continued as they rolled past visiting Word of Life Huskies by a score of 103-29 on Saturday.
Since Thanksgiving, the Falcons are 4-0 and are averaging nearly 94 points per game as their prolific three point shooting has been a big factor in the offensive explosion. In that four game stretch, they have made 56 three pointers at a 45% rate. Their shooting has been so dominant that they currently lead the entire United State Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division II in three pointers made by 30 makes. Not only do they lead the country in threes but they are third in assists per game as well.
In this contest 5 players scored in double figures led by freshman Elizabeth Singleton (Schenectady, NY) who scored 29 points on 13 of 17 shooting to go with 8 rebounds and 9 assists. Transfer sophomore Michaela McLeod (West Milford, NJ) posted a triple-double with 14 points, 14 assists, and 12 rebounds. She nearly had a quadruple-double as she came up with 8 steals in the game as well. As a team, the Falcons made 16 of 28 three point attempts led by freshman Alison Aten’s (Streetsboro, OH) 5 threes. Candace Winkel (Ocean City, NJ) made 4 threes of her own on her way to 14 points and joining the three point barrage was Braedyn Mims (Calvert County, MD) with 2, Elizabeth Bath (Ballston Spa, NY) with 2, McLeod with 2, and Singleton 1.
The Falcons (8-2) look to close out the semester strong as they have two more road games coming up. They travel to Clarks Summit University on Monday for a 6:00 p.m. tip-off and then to SUNY Broome on Tuesday for another 6:00 p.m. game.
|Pts: Elizabeth Singleton – 29|
|Reb: Michaela McLeod – 14|
|Ast: Michaela McLeod – 12|
|Word of Life|
|Pts: – 15|
|Reb: – 4|
|Ast: – 4|