Concordia-St. Paul Women Use 32-Point Third Quarter To Pull Away From WSC

WAYNE – With a busy road month ahead of the Wayne State College women, the Wildcats were on the home court Friday evening first the first time this season.

From Rice Auditorium, WSC welcomed in Concordia-St. Paul to begin South Division competition.

Concordia-St. Paul topped Wayne State College, 96-60 improving to 3-0 while WSC fell to 1-2.

Concordia-St. Paul took control early with a 22-15 first quarter and outscored WSC 23-11 in the second quarter. CSP took a 45-26 lead into half. The Golden Bears came out strong in the second half with a 32-18 third and 19-16 fourth to score a season-high 96 points compared to WSC’s 60.

Unofficial Wildcat leaders were junior Autumn Mlinar with 10 points, sophomore Lauren Zacharias with nine points and freshman Ella Skinner with eight points.

Three Golden Bears poured in double figure scoring from junior Meghan DuBois with 24 points, freshman Lindsey Becher with 16 points and senior Riley Wheatcraft with 14 points.

1st 2nd Half 3rd 4th Final:

22 23 45 32 19 96 – CSP

15 11 26 18 16 – 60

 

The Wayne State College women are back on the home court Saturday afternoon hosting Concordia-St. Paul at 2:30 p.m. Join Voice of the Wildcats, Aaron Scheffler on Big Red Country ‘KTCH’ 104.9 and waynedailynews.com. Pregame show coverage is set for 2 p.m. on the Wildcat Sports Network.

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