Moore Named Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game in Final Game
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Visiting Dickinson College scored the final 14 points of the game to pull away from host Washington College en route to a 71-50 Centennial Conference women's basketball victory in the season finale for both teams this afternoon inside Cain Athletic Center.
Dickinson 71, Washington College 50
How It Happened
- Dickinson held a 17-11 lead after the first quarter and extended the advantage out to 21-11 on a Kassidy Lesher lay-up with 7:34 to play in the second. The Shorewomen then went on an 11-1 run to even the game at 22-22 on a pair of Rosie Martin free throws with 4:54 on the clock.
- Dickinson ended the second quarter with eight unanswered points to bring a 35-24 lead into the intermission following a Halle Maeda lay-up with 15 seconds to go.
- The Red Devil advantage grew to as many as 17 twice in the third quarter, the second time on a Maeda jumper with 4:36 to go which made the score 45-28.
- The Shorewomen battled back with a 13-3 run to cut the deficit to 48-41 on a Bridget McLaughlin lay-up with 9:51 to play in the fourth. Washington was also within seven when Emily Thiemann knocked down a jumper to set the score at 57-50 with 5:25 remaining, but the Red Devils then went on their game-ending run.
For the Shorewomen (6-19, 4-16 Centennial Conference)
- Taylor Samuels (11 points); Kat Moore (8 points, 6 rebounds); Martin (8 points); Thiemann (8 points); McLaughlin (career-high 7 assists)
- The Shorewomen shot 33% from the field and 8-for-10 at the foul line.
For Dickinson (10-15, 10-10 Centennial Conference)
- Lesher (23 points, 17 rebounds); Maeda (14 points); Lauren McBride (12 points, 6 rebounds); Lizzie Becker (9 points, 5 assists); Hannah Heiring (9 points)
- The Red Devils shot 45% from the field and 12-for-19 from the foul line. Dickinson also held a 46-32 rebounding advantage.
- This was the final collegiate game for Washington seniors Brynne Brouse, Kat Moore, Jasmine White, Gabby Winsky, and Jordan Weir. Moore was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game.