Press Release

2010-11 Women's Basketball: PSU DuBois

February 5, 2011

Sophomore Abigail MacDonald notched five assists in the loss

Sophomore Abigail MacDonald notched five assists in the loss

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Sophomore Kierstin Steer had 17 points and 11 rebounds as the Pennsylvania College of Technology women’s basketball team lost 81-68 to Penn State DuBois. Freshman Tosha Stover (Bellefonte) added 15 points in the loss.

Down 53-47 in the second, a 7-2 run capped off by a jumper from freshman Katherine Lisi (Montoursville) brought Penn College (7-11, 5-4 PSUAC) to within two at 9:49. Lisi finished the game with five.

The Lions countered with a 14-3 run to take a 68-58 lead with just over five left in the game. The cushion was enough to seal the victory.

Penn College shot 25 for 77 (.325) for the game and were outrebounded 60-50. Turnovers continued to plague the Wildcats as they committed 24.

Freshman Hilary Rice (Biglerville) got into foul trouble early in the second cutting down her time. She finished the game with eight.

In the opening half, down 17-9, the Wildcats staged an 11-0 run, three from freshman Kendra Dutrow (Bellefonte) to take the lead with 9:15 left. Dutrow ended the game with six.

DuBois (12-8, 6-4 PSUAC) inched its way back and hit a three at 5:08 to take a 25-27 lead. Penn College tied it on the next basket before the Lions ended the game on a 7-5 run and go into the break up 37-32.

Both teams struggled with shooting in the half with the Wildcats going 11 for 40 (.275) and DuBois 14 for 43 (.326). Stover was perfect from the field going three for three including hitting two from beyond the arc.

Penn College will next host Penn State Brandywine on Monday, Feb. 7 for a 6 p.m. game.

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