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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Shaw 76 - Bowie State 55 (WOMEN'S Bb FINAL)


RALEIGH, N.C. – Bowie State sophomore Jasmine McIntosh (Bowie, Md.) scored a team-high 15 points but Shaw University had little trouble defeating the Lady Bulldogs 76-55. It was the fourth straight loss for Bowie State and drops the Lady Bulldogs record to 4-9 overall and 1-4 in the conference.

McIntosh hit three of the Lady Bulldogs three three-pointers which contributed to her total of 15 points. She also tied for team-high rebounds, grabbing six. Senior Jasmine Jacobs and junior Alessandra Flores Conway contributed nine points each and junior Brooke Miles tied for team-high rebounds with six.

Shaw had 52 total rebounds with 32 of them coming on the defensive end. The Lady Bulldogs had 38 boards which broke down to 11 offensive and 27 defensive.

The Lady Bulldogs held their largest lead of the game at 18-13 following a 3-point bucket by McIntosh with 13:13 left in the opening period. The game slipped away from Bowie State at the 10:34 mark of the first half as Shaw went on a 7-0 run that created a seven-point cushion that later led to a 41-29 halftime bulge.

The Lady Bears hit 12-of-37 first half field goals (32.4 percent) but made a living at the free throw line in the first 20 minutes, making 13-of-18 (72.2 percent). BSU’s Lady Bulldogs made 10-of-24 from the field (41.7 percent) but had only four first half free throw attempts, making one.  Bowie State first half turnovers (19) also paid dividends for Shaw as the Lady Bears turned those miscues into 16 points.

Shaw (12-2 / 4-1 CIAA) began the second half with another 7-0 run before Bowie State’s McIntosh stopped the run with a jumper at the 16:03 mark. The Lady Bears lead ballooned to 66-36 by the midway point of the second half.  

Taylor Dalrymple and Ronika Ransford paced the Lady Bears with 17 and 16 points respectively. Dalrymple pulled down eight rebounds to tie with teammate Crystal Harris.

Shaw held a decisive advantage at the free throw line, knocking down 25-of-39 compared to just 5-of-10 for Bowie State.

The Lady Bulldogs will conclude their three-game southern swing, making a final stop at Fayetteville State on Monday (1/14) night.

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