The Seattle University women's basketball team pushed its winning streak to three games, knocking off Louisiana Tech, 87-74, Thursday night.
The Seattle University women’s basketball team pushed its winning streak to three games, knocking off Louisiana Tech, 87-74, in Ruston, La. Thursday night.
“I really think this was a great team win for us,” said Seattle coach Joan Bonvicini. “Louisiana Tech has a great home advantage, but what we try to do is establish our inside game.”
Kacie Sowell led all players with a career-high 26 points, and four other Redhawks scored in double figures. Sylvia Shephard recorded a double-double, with 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Ashley Ward and Daidra Brown added 16 and 12 points, respectively.
Seattle U (14-9, 11-3 in WAC) sealed the win at the stripe — its final 15 points were from free throws.
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Overall, the Redhawks shot 51.9 percent from the field (27 for 52), as well as 86.1 percent (31 for 36) from the free-throw line.
Forward Whitney Frazier led the Lady Techsters with 20 points.
From a news release