Bullets Get Better of Shorewomen, 68-45

Bullets Get Better of Shorewomen, 68-45

Quattro Scores Team-High 10 Points

CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Visiting Gettysburg used a 14-3 run in the final 6:06 of the second quarter to turn a 21-21 tie lead into a 35-24 halftime lead on its way to a 68-45 win over host Washington College on Saturday afternoon at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference women's basketball action.  The Bullets improve to 14-2 overall and 10-1 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen slide to 4-12 and 2-9 respectively.

Gettysburg 68 Washington College 45

How It Happened
- Down 6-4 following a layup by Washington's Cassidy Quattro with 5:20 left in the first quarter, Gettysburg outscored the hosts, 11-4, the rest of the first to lead 15-10.  Two Kendra Meredith free throws with 4:36 left in the quarter gave the Bullets the lead at 8-6.
- Washington would use a 9-2 run to tie the game at 21-21 trim the Gettysburg lead to 19-18 with 6:06 to go in the second quarter on a three-pointer by Jordan Weir on a feed from Alexis Krahling.
- The Bullets would then take control of the game with a 14-3 run the rest of the second to take a 35-24 lead into halftime.  Emma Dorshimer put the Bullets ahead for good with 5:51 left in the second on a jumper at 23-21.  Ashley Gehrin scored the next five points to give the guests a 28-21 lead with 4:19 left on a jumper to cap a stretch of seven straight points by the Bullets.  After a conventional three-point play by Caitlyn Clark to trim the lead to 28-24 with 3:55 remaining, the Bullets scored the last seven to take an 11 point lead into the break.  Gehrin drained two free throws to cap the scoring with 28 ticks left.
- Gettysburg scored the first six points of the third quarter and outscored the hosts, 18-12, to lead 53-36 after three.
- In the fourth, the visitors outscored the hosts 15-9 to provide the final margin.

For The Shorewomen (4-12, 2-9 CC)
- Quattro (10 points and six rebounds), Clark (three steals and three assists), Kat Moore (three steals), Kozlowski (six rebounds), Krahling (three assists).
- Washington shot 29% from the field (17-for-58), 22% from three-point range (2-for-9) and 69% from the foul line (9-for-13).
- Washington had 19 turnovers in the contest.
- The Shorewomen outscored the Bullets in bench points, 18-14, and points in the paint by a 28-24 margin.  WC had the game's lone fast break points of two.

For Gettysburg (14-2, 10-1 CC)
- Gehrin (game-best 19 points), Dorshimer (15 points), Emily Gibbons (game-high 12 rebounds).
- The Bullets held a 44-29 advantage in rebounds in the game and totaled a 9-2 in second-chance points.  Gettysburg also held a 13-6 edge in points off of turnovers. 
- Gettysburg shot 42% from the field (22-for-53), 38% from behind the arc (6-for-16) and 78% from foul line (18-for-23).
- The Bullets had 13 turnovers in the game.

Notes
- Clark was named the Goose Nation TV Player of the Game on the webcast of the contest.
- Gibbons and Washington's Gabby Winsky both attended and graduated together from Severn School in Severna Park, Maryland.

Up Next
1/23 @ McDaniel – 7:30 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)