The Redhawks beat visiting University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 64-56. Alexis Montgomery scored a game-high 19 points for Seattle U, which is tied for first place in the Western Athletic Conference with New Mexico State.
The Seattle University women’s basketball team posted its fourth consecutive victory Saturday, beating University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 64-56.
The Redhawks (10-10 overall, 4-1 Western Athletic Conference) remained tied for the WAC lead. The game was played before a season-high crowd of 860 at the Connolly Complex.
“It took us a little bit to get going offensively,” said Seattle U coach Suzy Barcomb. “Then we got in a really nice rhythm later in the first half. Ashlyn (Lewey) was key for us today. She provided a spark off the bench.
“For us to get a home sweep is outstanding.”
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The Redhawks beat New Mexico State 69-59 on Thursday.
Alexis Montgomery led Seattle U with 19 points, and Jacinta Beckley added 17.