Shorewomen Pull Away From Owls, 77-45

Shorewomen Pull Away From Owls, 77-45

Thiemann Tallies Career-High 18 Points and Pulls Down 10 Boards for Her Second Career Double-Double

BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Visiting Washington College got career-high 18 points from senior forward Emily Thiemann (Wilmington, Del./Padua Academy) to go along with 10 rebounds for her second career double-double and used a 10-0 third quarter run to seize control of the contest on its way to a 77-45 win over host Bryn Mawr on Wednesday evening at the Class of 1958 Gymnasium in Centennial Conference women's basketball action.  The Shorewomen are now 8-16 and 5-14 in the Centennial, while the Owls drop to 1-23 overall and 0-19 respectively.

Washington College 77 Bryn Mawr 45

How It Happened
- After the Owls Laya Paladugu tied the game at 14-14 on two free throws with six seconds left in the first quarter, Alexis Krahling drove to the basket and netted a buzzer beating layup to give Washington a 16-14 lead after one quarter. 
- Bryn Mawr cut the Shorewomen's lead to 27-25 with 3:14 left in the second quarter on a Sydney Garner layup before Washington ended the quarter on a 7-0 run to take a 34-25 lead into halftime.  Cassidy Quattro scored the first five points and Bridget McLaughlin capped the run on a jumper with 39 seconds left as it was the Shorewomen's biggest lead of the first half. 
- Leading 42-34 following a Halena Martin three-pointer with 4:52 left in the third quarter, the Shorewomen scored 10 straight points to take control of the contest as WC led 52-34 with 1:17 left in the third on a Kristi Kozlowski layup.  Washington took a 55-38 lead into the fourth quarter.
- In the fourth quarter, the Shorewomen outscored the Owls, 22-7. 

For The Shorewomen (8-16, 5-14 CC)
- Thiemann (16 points for career-high and nine boards to lead all players in both), Caitlyn Clark (15 points, eight rebounds and game-best four steals), Kozlowski (12 points), Krahling (four assists and career-topping five steals)
- Washington shot 46% from the field (31-for-68), 25% from three-point range (3-for-12) and 67% from the foul line (12-for-18). 
- Washington had eight turnovers in the contest.
- The Shorewomen held a 48-34 advantage on the glass, while outscoring the Owls in bench points (29-13), transition points (6-0), points off turnovers (13-6) points in the paint (34-16) and second chance points (18-9).

For Bryn Mawr (1-23, 0-19 CC)
- Martin (11 points), Garner (10 points and eight rebounds)
- Bryn Mawr shot 29% from the field (17-for-58), 11% from behind the arc (1-for-9) and 63% from foul line (10-for-16). 
- The Owls had 14 turnovers in the game.

Notes
- Thiemann's prior career-best was 14 points which she did twice at St. Mary's, once in 2015 and the other in 2017. 
- Thiemann's other double-double came on November 15, 2016 with 11 points and 10 rebounds versus Hood.
- Clark had her second career four steal effort as she had four pilfers at Muhlenberg on November 29.  She had a career-topping six thefts at Immaculata on December 15.

Up Next
2/16 v. Dickinson – 2:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game and season finale)
- Senior Day as the team will honor Krahling, Kozlowski, Thiemann and student assistant coach Brian McCloskey prior to the contest.