Blue Jays Top Shorewomen, 70-52

Blue Jays Top Shorewomen, 70-52

Kozlowski with Team Bests of 14 Points and Six Rebounds For Washington

BALTIMORE, Md. – Host Johns Hopkins got a game-best 24 points from Sophia Way on its way to a 70-52 win over visiting Washington College on Wednesday evening in a Centennial Conference women's basketball game at Goldfarb Gym.  The Blue Jays improve to 9-6 overall and 8-2 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen drop to 4-11 and 2-8 respectively.

Johns Hopkins 70 Washington College 52

How It Happened
- The Blue Jays used a 9-0 run to take a 14-6 lead with 5:00 left in the first quarter on a traditional three-point play by Sophia Way.  Way scored six of the nine points during the spurt.
- Washington countered with a 9-0 run of its own to take a 15-14 lead at the end one.  Caitlyn Clark netted a layup from Alexis Krahling with six seconds left to cap the run.    
- Leading 20-19 with 7:47 to go in the second quarter, the Blue Jays outscored the Shorewomen, 12-4, the rest of the quarter to take a 32-23 lead into halftime.  Hopkins' Lillian Scott drained two free throws with five seconds left to close out the second quarter scoring.
- In the third, the Blue Jays made eight of their first 11 shots to take a 52-33 lead with 1:58 left on a Scott triple.  The hosts took a 52-36 lead heading into the fourth quarter. 
- Johns Hopkins outscored Washington 18-16 in the fourth.    

For The Shorewomen (4-11, 2-8 CC)
- Kristi Kozlowski (team-bests of 14 points, six rebounds and two steals), Cassidy Quattro (11 points).
- The visitors shot 33% (21-for-63) from the floor, 11% (1-for-9) from beyond the arc and 82% (9-for-11) from the free throw stripe.
- Washington outscored Hopkins 24-7 in bench points and 22-20 in points in the paint.
- The Shorewomen turned it over 16 times.

For Johns Hopkins (9-6, 8-2 CC)
- Way (24 points and nine rebounds to lead all players), Lexie Scholtz (15 points and contest-best six assists), Scott (19 points and game-best four steals).
-The Blue Jays shot 44% (23-for-52) from the floor, 41% (9-for-22) from three-point range and 65% (15-for-23) from the foul line.
- The hosts committed 16 turnovers in the game.
- Johns Hopkins outscored Washington 14-6 in points off of turnovers and 15-8 in second chance points.
- The Blue Jays held a 40-35 advantage in rebounds in the game. 

Up Next
1/20 v. Gettysburg – 3:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference Game)