Women fall to St. Louis, 67-59

By: Jack Linnehan

Despite Lexi Martins continuing to dominate during conference play, GW took a loss on the road to St. Louis Thursday, 67-59. Martins had 22 points to go along with 8 rebounds, but she would be the only player to score more than 10 points for the Colonials. Freshman Kendall Bresee put up another impressive performance, totaling 8 points along with 11 boards, while Briana Cummings contributed 9 points as well.

The Billikens rode the hot hand, as Jackie Kempf finished with a game-high 24 points on 7-12 shooting plus 8-13 at the free throw line, with Jordyn Frantz contributing 14 points off 3 three-pointers. The Billikens used the charity stripe to their advantage, scoring 15-20 from the line compared to GW’s 8-10. That 7-point spread in essence ended up being the difference in this one.

The Colonials shot just 22% from deep, and despite Shannon Cranshaw entering the game at 4th best in the A-10 in terms of 3-point %, sophomore Kelsi Mahoney ended up taking the majority of the shots from deep for GW. She finished at 2-8 from downtown.

Both teams sit at 6-2 in conference play now, with GW falling to 13-7 overall. The Colonials will return home to host Duquesne on Sunday, and you can listen to the action right here on WRGW Sports.

Posted on January 27, 2017, in GW Basketball. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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