UWF dominates Shorter in an emphatic win

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enter site The University of West Florida women’s basketball team dominated Shorter University in a blowout victory 79-43 Saturday in Pensacola.

http://buy-generic-clomid.com “It might have been our worst half of basketball in that first half, but then we came out of the locker room and played some good basketball,” coach Stephanie Lawrence Yelton said.

generic for brand levitra The game started slowly as both teams struggled to score but UWF took a 12-8 lead after the 1st quarter.

UWF senior guard Shami Goodman, who is the Argos second-leading scorer and leading 3-point shooter, suffered an ankle injury early in the first quarter and did not return to the game.

“When Shami went down with an ankle injury we had multiple players step in that don’t normally get to play a lot of minutes,” Yelton said.

In the second quarter, the Argos started to get into a rhythm offensively that helped carry over in the second half as they lead 29-19 going into halftime.

Shorter sophomore guard Roni Richardson had 11 of her team’s 19 points as only three players for Shorter scored in the first half.

UWF got off to a great start in the third quarter as the Argos outscored Shorter by 17 points giving them a 57-30 lead going into the final quarter. UWF had 28 points in the third quarter while they only had 29 points in the entire first half.

UWF guard Imani Mulmore driving past her opponent. (Photo by Will Rasmussen)

UWF was able to keep up the momentum and went on to finish the game with a score line of 79-43.

UWF senior forward Courtney Meyer had a double-double making all 8 of her shots giving her 18 points while also grabbing 13 rebounds. Meyer is currently leading the GSC in blocks and rebounds.

“My teammates kept finding me on the block and I did my best to get open and they found me with great passes,” Meyer said.

Shorter struggled all game with their shooting as they just made 24 percent of their shots, while the Argos shot 59 percent from the field. The Argos dominated in the paint as 50 of their points came from there while Shorter only had 16 points in the paint.

UWF junior Belle Bistrow had a solid all-around game as she scored 15 points to go along with 5 assists and 4 rebounds. Bistrow made the only 3-pointers that the Argos scored as without Goodman she became the biggest 3-point threat for the Argos.

Other notable performances for the Argos was senior guard Jade Davis who led the team with 6 assists and junior forward Halee Nieman had 11 points and 7 rebounds.

UWF will begin a three-game road trip starting with Auburn-Montgomery on Thursday who UWF beat earlier in the year 72-51.

UWF will host its final home game before the GSC tournament next Saturday as they take on Union who is currently No. 1 in the GSC standings.