source source site by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer UWF welcomed the University of West Alabama to Pensacola on Thursday as the Argonauts pushed their winning streak to six games with a 74-44 win.

go West Alabama (8-11, 5-7 GSC) started the game off by winning the jump ball and making a long 2-pointer, but UWF (16-4, 10-3 GSC) answered back by rattling off a 28-0 run.

price of cialis in canada That run came behind a Fanny Hulmi and Belle Bistrow 3-point assault, as well as strong play inside from Toni Brewer.

propecia discounts Bistrow would continue to lead the charge for the Argonauts, finishing with 17 points while connecting on 5-of-13 3-point attempts.

kasol india drugs viagra “Belle is on a countdown too,” coach Stephanie Lawrence Yelton said. “With her five makes today, she is 27 away from breaking the all-time 3-point record here at UWF.”

prednisone 40mg neck pain Brewer finished the game with 16 points and eight rebounds, four of which were offensive rebounds, in only 18 minutes.

levitra 20mg information “[Offensive rebounding] is the one thing Toni has brought to our program since her freshman year,” Yelton said. “When we go out to recruit an athletic post player, and that kid can hit the offensive boards like Toni Brewer, we can find a place for her to play even if she can’t throw it in the ocean.”

lasix water retention causes in men Brewer also went 6-for-6 from the free throw line. Halee Nieman also finished the night in double figures, while West Alabama’s leading scorer, Tazsa Garrett-Hammett, finished with 13 points and five rebounds.

levitra super active mg available West Alabama’s bench picked up a technical foul right at the four-minute mark of the first quarter, and that pushed UWF’s run to 16-0 before Bistrow made another 3-pointer.

After the first quarter had ended, Brewer led both teams with eight points and three offensive rebounds on 3-3 shooting after playing only seven minutes.

The Argonauts barely shot over 50 percent in the first quarter, but UWF outrebounded West Alabama 6-0 on the offensive glass that quarter, and that allowed the Argonauts to build such a big lead.

West Alabama opened the second quarter by making what was only their second made shot of the night and was able to get a lot more productivity on the offensive end thanks to better ball security.

After only scoring two points in the first quarter, West Alabama ended the first half with 14 points, but UWF still held a 39-14 lead.

“When we made our Elite-Eight run my sophomore year, we had a season like this,” Bistrow said. “So, it gets me really fired up and excited because we all have that same intensity.”

Six Argonauts finished the first half with more than four points, compared to just two players for West Alabama.

UWF outscored West Alabama on points off of turnovers, second chance points and points in the paint in the second half.

The Argonauts outrebounded West Alabama 29-12 in the first half and won the battle on the offensive glass 10-3.

West Alabama had less turnovers than UWF in the first half, but UWF won nearly every other statistical battle. At the end of the first half, UWF’s two leading scorers, Brewer and Bistro, had outscored West Alabama by three points all on their own.

Those trends continued into the second half and allowed UWF to take a 61-24 lead into the fourth quarter.

Despite her activity on the offensive glass, Brewer didn’t pick up her first defensive rebound until the second half.

That defensive rebound was followed by 3-pointers from Hulmi and Bistrow to give the Argonauts their biggest lead of the quarter, 31 points, which they would push to 37 following a third quarter buzzer-beater from D’Asia Collins.  

Anna Hall played all but five seconds of the first half, but was able to rest for the last six and a half minutes of the third quarter, allowing her to help UWF build a 41-point lead and run away with the game in the second half.

Hall finished the game with six points, seven rebounds and eight assists.

UWF will travel to Montgomery, Alabama, for their next game and will face off against Auburn-Montgomery on Monday.

Auburn-Montgomery should provide a good opportunity for the Argonauts to push their current win streak to seven games as the Warhawks are currently 2-18 and 1-11 in GSC play.

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