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Senior Taryana Kelly Matched Her Season High 14 Rebounds For UMES!

Taryana Kelly

Jan. 30, 2016
Box Score

BALTIMORE – Trailing as much as 15 points, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) Women’s Basketball Team rallied and cut the deficit to a single-possession late into the fourth, but were unable to complete the comeback as they fell to in-state rival Coppin State, 61-54, inside the Physical Education Complex (PEC) Arena.

Despite only shooting 31-percent (17-of-54) from the floor, the Lady Hawks were scorching from behind the arc. Collectively, the club went 7-of-13 from downtown with Subritzky and Keyera Eaton (Winston-Salem, N.C.) leading the charge.

Subritzky finished with a team-high 17 points on 60-percent (6-of-10) from the field, including four trey balls, while Eaton added 10 points on 3-of-4 shooting from beyond the arc. Senior center Taryana Kelly (North Brunswick, N.J.) matched a season-high 14 rebounds in the loss.

Furthermore, forward Alexis Udoji (Randolph, Mass.) reached another milestone as she became the 23rd player in the program’s NCAA Division I history to play in at least 100 games. Udoji finished her afternoon with four boards and three rejections.

Eaton tallied nine points in the opening period, but the Lady Hawks trailed after one quarter of play, 18-15. Both squads struggled in the second; however, the Eagles managed to balloon their advantage to double-digits at intermission, 27-17. Click here for full article


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Kristina Clark Continues Her Blazing Pace For Bryn Athyn College with 27pts!

Bryn Athyn, Pa – The Bryn Athyn women’s basketball team won its fourth game in a row 74-49 over visiting Penn State Abington. The Lions move to 9-2 in the conference and 11-5 overall.

The Lions fell behind early in the first quarter 11-8 to Abington. The Lions then were able to move to their full court press and cause Abington to turn the ball over. The Lions finally took the lead after a steal by Taylor Davis and a Kristina Clark lay up to go up 12-11. The Lions closed out the quarter with a 11-5 run to hold a 18-16 lead at the end of the quarter.

With the score 22-20 in favor of the Lions at the 7:45 mark of the second quarter, the Lions went on 12- 0 run for the next five minutes of the quarter. Kristina Clark capped off the run with a lay up after Sarah Elizabeth Antunase block making the score 32-20. Sarah Elizabeth Antunase was the difference in the half for the Lions with seven rebounds and five blocked shots. With 47 seonds left Bianca Feliciana hit a three pointer to extend the Lions lead to 16, 37-21. The half ended with the Lions leading 39-21.

Kristina Clark opened up the third quarter with seven points in the opening two and half minutes. The Lions defense was able to keep the a double digit lead throughout the quarter.Samantha Hicks hit two free throws at the end of the quarter making score 53-39. Click here for full article


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Freshman Sensation Jada Atchison Continues To Shine.

Lakewood, N.J.- The Georgian Court University women’s basketball team took the floor against fellow Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) rival, Post University, Saturday afternoon as part of its annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration. The Lions dropped a tough one to the previously winless Eagles by the score of 82-72.

It was a back and forth affair as the Lions (5-16, 3-10) won the first quarter, 23-15. The Eagles soared back in the second quarter, tying the game at 29-29 as they went into the halftime break. Georgian Court came out of the locker room ready to play, outscoring their opponent by eight and looked to have control of the game. It was not to be as the Post University exploded for 35 fourth-quarter points, earning its first victory of the season (1-20, 1-11 CACC).

Georgian Court put four players into double figures as Jada Atchison led the way with 21 points. Jaelyn Tweedy followed closely behind with 20 points of her own. Alliyah Berger (13 points) and Destiny Thompson (10 points) each shared the team high with eight rebounds apiece. Click here for full article


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Shalette Brown and Alyssa McDonough Help Fuel FDU To Victory!


DALLAS, Pa. – Senior forward Shalette Brown double-doubled for the sixth time in the last seven games as the Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham women’s basketball team handled Misericordia University 80-64 at the Anderson Sports-Health Center on Saturday afternoon.

The Devils (14-5, 6-2 MAC Freedom) currently sit in second place in the MAC Freedom standings trailing DeSales University (14-5, 7-1 MAC Freedom) by one game.

Brown continued her outstanding senior campaign by tallying 21 points and 12 rebounds in the win. Today’s effort marked the 15thdouble-double this season for the veteran forward, which is fourth most in the country, while her 14.4 rebounds per game rank fifth in the nation.

Trailing 8-6 in the early going, the Devils took control with a 12-0 run, bookended by layup from Brown and an Alyssa McDonough 3-pointer. Over that stretch, the Devils forced three Cougar turnovers, while connecting on 5-of-7 from the field. Misericordia finished the quarter strong and cut into the deficit but the Devils led 24-17 after one period of play.

The Cougars turned the tide in the second frame with an 11-2 run. The home team did most of its damage at the charity stripe, going 5-for-5 at the line and nabbing a slim 35-34 lead. However, pair of McDonough free throws with 25 seconds left gave the Devils a 36-35 halftime edge. McDonough was a flawless 10-for-10 from the line and finished with 17 points and six helpers in the contest.

The first half box score reflected the tightness of the contest as the teams posted nearly identical numbers across the board. FDU-Florham shot 45.2 percent from the floor, while the Cougars netted 43.3 percent and both teams knocked down 33.3 percent from long range and were perfect from the line. Click here for full article


01 2016

Congratulations to the FBC DefendersBball Club dynamic duo of Alyssa McDonough (25pts) and Shalette Brown (23pts)!

Game Recap: Women’s Basketball | 1/27/2016 11:08:00 PM | by: Matthew Tedino

Devils March Past Valiants in MAC Freedom Overtime Thriller

Next Game: at Misericordia University
1/30/2016 – 1:00 PM

MADISON, N.J. –Shalette Brown and Alyssa McDonough combined for 48 points to help the Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham women’s basketball team capture a 72-62 overtime MAC Freedom victory against the Manhattanville College Valiants on Wednesday night at the Ferguson Recreation Center.

Brown, the reigning conference player of the week, tallied her third straight double-double, scoring 23 points while reeling in 16 boards and recording two steals. McDonough also had a productive outing, leading all scorers in the contest with a season-high 25 points to go along with six rebounds, four assists and two steals.

The two standout scorers for the Devils (13-5, 5-2 MAC Freedom) wasted no time getting things started as they notched 17 of the team’s first 20 points.

Two minutes into the second stanza, the Valiants (12-5, 4-3 MAC Freedom) grabbed their first lead of the night afterCandice Scott-Mason scored on a fast break. Manhattaville was able to maintain its lead until the Devils ventured on an 8-2 run in the closing minutes of the half.

The Devils offense hit a rough patch in the third quarter, but it was their defense that helped them limit the damage done by Manhattanville. Junior forward Rachel Groom stood tall in the paint and sent away four of the Valiants’ shot attempts. Groom finished the game with a season-high five blocks to go with her 10 points and 14 rebounds.   Click Here For Full Article


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