Patriot League Announces Women’s Basketball Recap Presented by PenFed Credit Union (2.20.22)

At HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS (17-9, 11-4 PL) 63, NAVY FRIENDS (7-18, 4-11 PL) 57

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WORCESTER, Mass. – Four Holy Cross players scored in double figures in the team’s 63-57 win over Navy on Saturday afternoon.
* The four double-digit players were Karla Vres Karla Vres, second-year guard Cara McCormack (16), senior forward Madison Demski (15), senior guard Avery LaBarbera (11) and junior guard Addisyn Cross (11) .
* LaBarbera also grabbed 11 rebounds for his 15th double-double with eight assists.
* Holy Cross went 12 for 13 (.923) from the free throw line.
* Navy was led by senior guard Jennifer Coleman with 17 points, eight rebounds, six assists and three steals.
* Sophomore guard Sydne Watts added 15 points while junior guard Mimi Schrader scored 10 points.
Recap: the holy cross | Marine

COLGATE RAIDERS (6-20, 4-11 PL) 64 to BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS (15-11, 11-4 PL) 61

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BOSTON, Mass. – The Colgate Raiders recorded a 64-61 win over Boston University on Saturday afternoon.
* Colgate sophomore forward Tiasia McMillan finished with 16 points and eight rebounds, while freshman guard Taylor Golembiewski and freshman forward Sophia Diehl both added 12 points apiece.
* With the win, the Raiders snapped the Terriers’ four-game winning streak between teams.
* BU junior guard Sydney Johnson led all players with 21 points, while second-year teammate forward Caitlin Weimer and freshman guard Alex Giannaros scored 13 and 11 points.
* Junior forward Maren Durant grabbed a record 13 rebounds.
Recap: Boston University | Colgate

At ARMY WEST POINT BLACK KNIGHTS (15-10, 9-6 PL) 67, AMERICAN EAGLES (16-8, 9-5 PL) 62 OT

The score of the box
WEST POINT, NY – Army West Point earned its ninth league win by beating the Americans, 67-62, in overtime on Saturday.
* Army sophomore forward Sam McNaughton scored 14 points, followed by junior forward Sabria Hunter and senior forward Kate Murray with 12 points each, and Alisa Fallon with 11, giving her gave up over 1,000 points during his career with the Black Knights.
* Hunter added 11 rebounds for his 11th double-double this season.
* The Eagles had four players who finished in double digits in points: senior forward Taylor Brown, senior guard Jade Edwards (13), junior forward Karla Vres (13) and senior guard Emily Fisher (12) .
* American scored 24 points on 18 Army turnovers.
Recap: American | Army West Point

BUCKNELL BISON (19-7, 10-5 PL) 68 at LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS (9-16, 5-10 PL) 60 OT

The score of the box
EASTON, Pennsylvania – Bucknell recorded a 68-60 overtime win over Lafayette on Saturday afternoon.
* Bucknell was led by a 23-point performance from senior guard Taylor O’Brien followed by 16 points from freshman guard Cecelia Collins.
* The Bison went 22 for 27 (.815) from the free throw line.
* Lafayette freshman guard Abby Antognoli and second-year guard Makayla Andrews scored 14 points each, followed by senior forward Naomi Ganpo with nine points.
* Junior guard Jessica Booth provided a season-high nine assists.
Recap: Bucknell | Lafayette

At LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS (18-7, 10-4 PL) 73, LOYOLA MARYLAND GREYHOUNDS (4-21, 1-14 PL) 49

The score of the box
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania – A 23-point outing for sophomore Mackenzie Kramer propelled the Lehigh Mountain Hawks to a 73-49 win over Loyola Maryland on Saturday.
* Senior forward Emma Grothaus (13), freshman guard Ella Stemmer (11) and freshman forward Meghan O’Brien (10) also scored in double figures in the win.
* Lehigh drained 17 three-pointers to break the Patriot League record for most three-point field goals made in a single game.
* With the win, Lehigh sits third in the Patriot League standings.
* Loyola rookie Lex Therien recorded his 13and double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds, while Devyne Newman scored 15 points.
Recap: Lehigh | LoyolaMaryland

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