McLaughlin Nets 13 for Washington while Thiemann Scores 12
CARLISLE, Pa. – Host Dickinson outscored visiting Washington College in the fourth quarter by a 19-12 margin to turn a 41-38 deficit into a 57-53 win on Saturday afternoon at the Kline Center in Centennial Conference women's basketball action. The Red Devils are now 7-7 overall and 4-5 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen fall to 5-9 and 2-7 respectively.
Dickinson 57 Washington College 53
How It Happened
- Dickinson scored 10 of the game's first 12 points and took a 17-4 lead on an Emily Paladino layup 4:39 left in the first quarter.
- Washington answered with 10 straight points to trim the Red Devils' lead to 17-14 with 1:20 remaining in the first on a Taylor Samuels three-pointer. Dickinson led 20-14 after one.
- Claudia Maira gave Dickinson a 10-point lead on a layup with 3:28 left in the second quarter at 32-22 before the Shorewomen outscored the hosts the rest of the quarter, 7-2, to trim the deficit to 34-29 at halftime.
- Washington held Dickinson to just four points in the third quarter, while scoring 12 themselves to take a 41-38 lead after three. Madeline Williams gave the Shoremen a 39-36 lead on a triple with 5:13 left in the third and 34 ticks later Cassidy Quattro netted a layup to give WC a 41-36 lead.
- Dickinson would tie the game at 45-45 with 6:26 remaining in the fourth quarter on a Jennifer Kremp free throw.
- Washington took a 48-47 lead with 4:42 to go in the contest on a Emily Thiemann layup before Dickinson would take the lead for good 29 seconds later on a Hannah Heiring three at 50-48.
- The Red Devils led 54-53 following a three-pointer by Bridget McLaughlin with 41 seconds left. Maira was fouled with 20 seconds left and canned both from the line to take a 56-53 lead.
- WC's last chance to tie came with 17 seconds left, but the three-point try by Alexis Krahling was off the mark and Halle Maeda got the rebound. She was fouled and made one from the foul line to ice the game.
For The Shorewomen (5-9, 2-7 CC)
- McLaughlin (13 points), Thiemann (12 points), Kristi Kozlowski (eight rebounds), Caitlyn Clark (four assists)
- Washington shot 37% from the field (20-for-54), 31% from three-point range (4-for-13) and 75% from the foul line (9-for-12).
- Washington had 16 turnovers in the contest and outscored Dickinson 19-6 in bench points.
For Dickinson (7-7, 4-5 CC)
- Maira (13 points and three assists), Kate Deutsch (11 points, eight boards and three assists), Maeda (10 points, eight rebounds), Kremp (three steals)
- The Red Devils totaled a 22-8 advantage in points off of turnovers and had a 28-26 in points in the paint.
- Dickinson shot 33% from the field (19-for-58), 29% from behind the arc (5-for-17) and 82% from foul line (14-for-17).
- The Red Devils held a 39-35 edge on the boards and totaled 11 turnovers.
- Each team scored 11 second chance points, while Dickinson scored all four transition points.
1/19 v. Muhlenberg – 2:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
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