STANDISH, Maine - University of Maine at Farmington women's basketball (0-3) dropped a non-conference game 71-43 to Saint Joseph's College (2-1) on Monday at the Harold Alfond Center.
UMF was able to stay with Saint Joseph's for much of the first half, but a 14-2 run by the Monks allowed the host team to hold a 34-20 advantage at the half. In the second half, Saint Joseph's maintain the scoring pace and raced out to the 28 point win.
UMF was led by junior guard Kelly Pomerleau (Turner, Maine/St. Doms) who scored 12 points on 4 of 8 shooting from three-point range. Senior Kennadi Grover (Cushing, Maine/Oceanside) posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 boards.
Saint Joseph's had four players score double digits. Regan McFerran (14pts), Kelsi McNamara (12pts), Julia Champagne (11pts), and Hannah Marks (10pts). Champagne added 10 rebounds for her double-double.
UMaine-Farmington hosts Husson University in the team's North Atlantic Conference opener Tuesday at 7:30 PM. Saint Joseph's is off until Sunday when the Monks travel to Southern Maine for the annual Costello Cup matchup in a 5:30 PM start.