FARMINGTON, ME – UMaine-Farmington fell to #11Bowdoin college Tuesday night in Dearborn Gymnasium by a score of 103-33.
The Beavers move to 1-6 overall and will stay 1-2 in the North Atlantic Conference while Bowdoin College Polar Bears, who are nationally ranked will move to 6-0 overall.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
- Kennadi Grover finished with game high 15 points going 7-16 from the field and 1-3 from three-point land.
- Paige Carter tallied four rebounds and eight points going 4-5 from the field.
- The Polar Bears forced 33 turnovers while tailing 50 rebounds, 24 assists and 24 steals.
- Lauren Petit scored team high 12 points going 5-6 from the field and 2-3 from behind the arc.
- The Polar Bears shot 54.7 percent overall and 38.9 percent from three-point land while going 77.8 percent at the charity stripe.
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Polar Bears got off to a quick start with a layup just 10 seconds into the game. After the quick 2-0 lead. Bowdoin jumped out the a 6-0 lead until Grover made her first basket of the game.
Bowdoin continued to score on almost every possession down the floor and took a 24-6 lead with about two minutes to go in the quarter.
Morgan Crocker hit a layup to make it eight points for the Beavers but Olivia Ware hit a jumper just 15 seconds later.
The first quarter closed out with a Grover three pointer to make the score 32-13.
The Polar Bears defense stopped the Beavers almost every time down the floor as they score eight points in the second quarter and in the third quarter.
With two minutes to go, Carter hit a jumper which made the score 50-21. The Beavers closed out the half trailing 50-21.
Bowdoin started out the second half on an 8-0 run until Jenessa Talarico hit two free throws.
The Polar Bears continued their push as they finished the third quarter winning 87-29.
The Beavers offense was stalling in the fourth as they scored four points. Bowdoin continued their hot hand to finish off the game on a 10-2 run which gave them the 103-33 win.
UP NEXT FOR THE BEAVERS
The Beavers will take some time off for the Holidays and will play at Thomas College on Tuesday, January third on 7:30 PM.