Colby-Sawyer’s Fast-Paced Offense Gives Women's Basketball First Conference Loss

Colby-Sawyer’s Fast-Paced Offense Gives Women's Basketball First Conference Loss

FARMINGTON, Maine – Colby-Sawyer held the University of Maine at Farmington women's basketball team (4-7, 4-1) to 26.9%  (14-52) shooting from the floor in Friday night's, 74-45, loss at Dearborn Gymnasium. 

The difference-maker in the game was points in the paint. The Chargers outscored UMF, 36-12, in the paint. Colby-Sawyer shot 40.3% (29-72) from the field and 27.8% (5-18) from long range.

Senior Lindsay Ranquist led the Beavers with 9 points and one assist. Kelly Pomerleau added seven points and a near perfect 4-for-5 from the charity stripe.

Three Colby-Sawyer starters scored in double figures. Kelsey Cahill recorded a double-double with a game-high 16 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists. Lexi Iannone shot 5-of-11 from the floor for 15 points. Jessica Shenkel added 10 points for the Chargers.

UMaine-Farmington hits the hardwood on Saturday afternoon at 1:00p.m. against New England College. Colby-Sawyer continues conference play on Saturday at Thomas.