Wednesday College Scores: Loggers Dine on Geoducks

Women’s basketball

Puget Sound 73, Evergreen 69 – Recap
Team 1st 2nd Final
UPS (6-2 overall) 32 41 73
Evergreen (4-5 overall) 24 45 69
TESC leader: Brittany Gray – 19 points

Brittany Gray scored 19 points and Sammi Clark posted a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds but after Evergreen battled back from an eight point halftime deficit, Hannah Leckson’s layup with 2:47 left gave UPS the lead for good and the Loggers escaped with a 73-69 non-conference win at the CRC Gymnasium.

Evergreen led by 10 points with eight minutes gone in the first half but UPS finished the final 12 minutes on a 23-5 run and took a 32-24 lead to the half. The Loggers went 3-for-5 from the three point line and forced 15 turnovers in the half.

But the Geoducks answered right back with a 14-6 run and a three point play by Clark tied the game at 38 at the 16:31 mark. The two teams battled back and forth for the next 14 minutes with neither squad taking more than a four point lead before an Emily Sneldon free throw gave the Loggers a five point lead with 35 seconds left.

Sadee Jones added 15 points and nine boards in the loss. Amanda Forshay scored 20 for UPS.

Men’s basketball

Puget Sound 77, Evergreen 65 – Recap
Team 1st 2nd Final
UPS (4-4 overall) 33 44 73
Evergreen (1-7 overall) 27 38 65
TESC leader: Kyle Calhoun – 21 points

UPS jumped out to a 10-0 lead by the 16:22 mark of the first half and Evergreen never got any closer than four points the rest of the way in their 77-65 non-conference loss. Kyle Calhoun scored 21 points and Marc Taylor scored 11 points with 11 rebounds for the Geoducks.

Evergreen went 10-for-26 (38.5%) from behind the three point line but went just 10-for-26 (33%) from inside the three point line. The Loggers, meanwhile, made just one three pointer in the game but went 29-for-57 (50.9%) from the floor and outscored the Geoducks 40-16 in the paint.

Five Loggers scored in double figures led by Erin Barber and AJ Maw’s 16 points.

Posted on December 12, 2013, in Basketball, College, The Evergreen State College. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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