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December 29, 2013

Local sports in brief 12/30/2013


Bowling Green clips St. Francis

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio – St. Francis dropped a 81-66 decision to Bowling Green on Sunday as the Red Flash women wrapped up their non-conference schedule .

St. Francis (2-9) was led by Aisha Brock, who was one point shy of tying her career high, of 16 points. Alli Williams scored 18 points for St. Francis and had a team-high eight rebounds.

Five Bowling Green (10-2) players reached double figures, including Erica Donovan with 22.

Penn State beats Hartford

STATE COLLEGE – Senior guard Maggie Lucas scored a team-best 18 points as the Penn State women (9-3, 0-0 Big Ten) posted a 70-56 victory over Hartford (3-10).

Fellow senior Ariel Edwards scored 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the field and grabbed seven rebounds.

The Lady Lions had 10 players in the scoring column, with six totaling five or more points.

Penn State finished 28-for-65 from the field (43.1 percent), while holding the Hawks to 20-for-57 shooting (35.1 percent). Penn State also  outrebounded Hartford


Pitt scores win over Duquesne

PITTSBURGH – Duquesne’s women dropped a 67-57 decision to Pitt in the annual City Game at the Petersen Events Center.

April Robinson led the Dukes with 16 points, Wumi Agunbiade added 14 and Olivia Bresnahan had 11 for the Dukes, who close out the non-conference season 8-5.

Pitt’s Brianna Kiesel had game highs of 27 points and 10 rebounds. Marquel Davis scored 16 for the Panthers, who improve to 8-6.


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