Thiemann Scores 10 For Washington
BALTIMORE, Md. – Host Johns Hopkins got a game-best 26 points from Lillian Scott and outscored visiting Washington College, 25-7, in a 17:16 stretch of the game spanning the second and third quarters on its way to a 50-37 on Saturday afternoon at Goldfarb Gym in Centennial Conference women's basketball action. The Blue Jays are now 16-3 overall and 12-2 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen fall to 6-11 and 3-9 respectively.
Johns Hopkins 50 Washington College 37
How It Happened
- Johns Hopkins scored eight of the game's first 10 points to lead 8-2 exactly two minutes into the game on a three-pointer by Madison McGrath.
- Washington would answer though by outscoring the Blue Jays, 11-5, the rest of the quarter to tie the game at 13-13 after one as Caitlyn Clark netted a layup with three ticks left to level the contest.
- Emily Theimann gave the Shorewomen a 17-15 lead 1:57 into the second quarter on a jumper before the Blue Jays scored the final nine points of the quarter to take a 24-17 lead into halftime. Scott would tie the game at 17-17 on a jumper with 7:16 remaining and would give the hosts the lead at 20-17 on a three with 2:47 to go in the second.
- Following a Thiemann basket that cut the Blue Jays lead to 27-23 with 7:26 left in the third, the hosts scored 13 of the final 14 points of third to lead 40-24 after three. Elise Moore capped the third quarter scoring on a layup with 31 ticks remaining.
- Washington outscored Hopkins in the fourth quarter by a 13-10 count.
For The Shorewomen (6-11, 3-9 CC)
- Thiemann (10 points), Crystal Jones (career-high seven points), Clark (six rebounds and three assists), Madeline Williams (three assists and three steals)
- Washington shot 29% from the field (15-for-52), 22% from three-point range (2-for-9) and 46% from the foul line (5-for-11).
- Washington had 15 turnovers in the contest and outscored Johns Hopkins 15-7 in bench points and had the only two transition points in the contest.
For Johns Hopkins (16-3, 12-2 CC)
- Scott (26 points), Rory Cole (nine rebounds), Lexie Scholtz (four assists)
- The Blue Jays totaled a 21-13 advantage in points off of turnovers, 11-7 in second chance points and had a 22-16 in points in the paint.
- Johns Hopkins shot 37% from the field (20-for-54), 44% from behind the arc (7-for-16) and 38% from foul line (3-for-8).
- The Blue Jays held a 45-33 edge on the glass and totaled 18 turnovers.
- Washington the only three blocked shots in the game.
1/30 @ Swarthmore – 7:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
- Washington won 55-51 on November 20 at home.