Quattro Scores 12 to Lead WC
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – Host Delaware Valley got a game-high 28 points from Dominique Moser and overcame an early deficit to down visiting Washington College, 67-57, on Saturday afternoon at James Work Gymnasium in non-conference women's basketball action. The Aggies are now 7-6 overall, while the Shorewomen drop to 5-6 on the year.
Delaware Valley 67 Washington College 57
How It Happened
- Trailing 5-2 following a three by Delaware Valley's Danielle Skedzielewski, Washington outscored the hosts 17-6 the rest of the quarter. WC took the lead at 6-5 following two free throws by Emily Thiemann. Leading 13-11, the Shorewomen scored the last six points of the quarter, capped on a Madeline Williams three-pointer with six seconds left to lead 19-11 after one as WC shot 54% from the floor, while holding Delaware Valley to 3-for-17.
- In the second quarter, Delaware Valley outscored Washington 9-2 to cap the second to take a 31-30 lead at halftime. Down 28-22, the Aggies got three-pointers from Ashley Smink and Sarah Wills respectively to tie the game at 28-28 with 1:03 left in the second. Taylor Samuels gave Washington the lead back at 30-28 with two free throws with 29 ticks left before Moser gave the hosts the lead on a traditional three-point play with 5.4 seconds to go.
- Taylor Samuels gave Washington a 36-35 lead with 5:14 to go in the third quarter before Delaware Valley scored seven straight points to lead 42-36 with 3:42 remaining following two Moser free throws as she scored all seven points to give the hosts the lead for good. The Aggies, who led by as many as eight at 48-40, took a 48-42 lead into the fourth as Moser scored 11 points in the third.
- Moser gave the Aggies their biggest lead of the game at 14 points, 57-43, on a jumper with 6:53 to go before the Shorewomen went on a 9-1 run to trim the hosts' leas to 58-52 with 2:56 remaining on an Emily Helms triple. However, the Shorewomen could not get any closer than six points the rest of the way and the Aggies came away with the 10 point win.
For The Shorewomen (5-6)
- Quattro (12 points), Samuels (seven rebounds and two blocks), Kristi Kozlowski (two blocks)
- Washington shot 37% from the field (22-for-59), 31% from three-point range (4-for-13) and 69% from the foul line (9-for-13).
- Washington had 17 turnovers in the contest, while outrebounding Delaware Valley, 39-38.
- The Shorewomen outscored the Aggies in bench points (25-3) and points in the paint (24-16).
For Delaware Valley (7-6)
- Moser (28 points, nine rebounds, four assists and two steals), Smink (22 points), Skedzielewski (four assists), Emily Kutskel (two blocks)
- Delaware Valley shot 35% from the field (20-for-57), 29% from behind the arc (7-for-24) and 87% from foul line (20-for-23).
- The Aggies tallied advantages in points in the second chance points (12-8), transition points (11-10) and points off of turnovers (16-12).
- Delaware Valley had 14 turnovers in the win.
- Today was the Shorewomen's final non-conference game of the year.
1/8 @ Franklin & Marshall – 6:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)