A trip to
On a more positive note, fourth-year guard, Brittany Moore saw her first action since injuring her ankle in early September. Struggling in her first game, the second outing was noticeably better, while her third game she managed 14 points, including 3 of 7 from behind the arc. She was also selected to the Tournament All-Star team.
Overall, while discouraged somewhat by the losses, I am encouraged by aspects of our play. We continue to play hard, regardless of the score. Our rebounding improved significantly over the weekend, actually out-rebounding a significantly taller
We have one more weekend of exhibition play, our Tindall Tournament, before diving into league play. Ottawa U,
Up Next at Home:
Friday, October 29 vs
Sat., October 30 vs
Sunday, October 31 vs UQAM 2:00pm
Friday, November 5 vs Laurier 6:00pm
Sat., November 6 vs
Have a great week.
QUEBEC (October 24, 2010) – Brittany Moore of Hannon, Ont., returned to the Gaels line-up as the Queen's Gaels were winless at the Laval Invitational women's basketball tournament over the weekend in Québec City.
Moore, who had been out of the Gaels lineup with injury, returned over the weekend, posting 14 points in an 89-63 loss to host
On Friday, the Gaels lost 76-55 to Le Dynamo du Québec – a senior team out of
Saturday saw the Gaels in tough falling 70-56 to St.FX. Queen's opened that game with slim 28-27 lead at the half, but fell after a disastrous third quarter which saw Queen's score only six points. Bullard and Meaghan MacDougall of Martintown, Ont., led the Gaels in scoring with nine points each.
Queen's will conclude the exhibition season next weekend hosting the Tindall women's basketball invitational at the Athletics and Recreation Centre (ARC).