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University of North Alabama women's basketball team could not overcome a
season-high turnovers in a 75-62 loss at Christian Brothers Saturday afternoon.
The Lions leaves UNA with an 8-6 overall record and 3-5 mark in Gulf South
players reached double figures in scoring for CBU, which is now also 8-6 on the
year, but owns an even 4-4 GSC record. Samantha Reeves led the Buccaneers with
18 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the floor. As a team, Christian Brothers hit
48 percent of its shots.
UNA scored the first six points of the game, the Bucs used a 13-4 run to grab
their first lead. A three-pointer by Emily Reeves made the score 13-10 with
13:44 remaining in the first half. The Lions never led again.
took a 37-33 lead into the break and outscored the visitors 38-29 over the
final 20 minutes of play.
the second half, North Alabama would get on closer than two points. A jumper by
Dakota Doss made the score 37-35 in the opening minutes of the period. The
Bucs, however, responded with an 11-1 run as UNA went nearly five minutes
without a basket from the floor.
Lions trailed 66-58 at the 3:55 mark before Christian Brothers got a
three-pointer and hit six straight free throws down the stretch to seal the
the game, CBU converted the 23 UNA turnovers into 27 points. The Lions shot
36.2 percent from the floor and was 22-of-24 from the free throw line.
Fillmore scored 18 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead UNA. Delisa
Madry added a pair of three-point baskets and finished with 10 points for the
UNA will host West Alabama on
Thursday to begin a five-game GSC homestand. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. at
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