Sorry for the delay in this posting -- I am referring to the November 12/13 weekend below.
On a more positive note, we were able to start the game with 10 dressed players (instead of last week’s 8) as Meaghan MacDougall and Hanna Koposhynska returned to the line up. However, we finished the game with only 9 healthy bodies as Gemma Bullard went down with a concussion and is out for an indeterminate amount of time.
Saturday we moved on to St. Catharines to play Brock, resulting in an 8 point loss, 75-67. No question our intensity was much better in this game, but we had difficulty identifying and staying with the array of excellent 3-point shooters on the Badgers. (see SID game report below) Brock was also able to expose a number of our fundamental weaknesses that will become the focus of our practices going forward.
Injuries have certainly plagued this team, along with a number of other teams in the CIS. As we look forward to this weekend’s match ups, McMaster has also been cursed with the injury bug. Looks like it will be a battle of two hospital wards. Lakehead, on the other hand, seems to have a full roster intact. In both cases, we have our hands full.
Up Next on the Road:
Friday, November 19 @ McMaster 6pm
Sat., November 20 @ Lakehead 6pm
Up Next at Home:
Friday, November 26 vs Windsor 6pm
Sat., November 27 vs Western 6pm
Minor correction to my last post regarding the ID/Training Camp set for Sunday, December 5th. On-court times are 9-11am and 1-3pm (previously reported as 1:30-3:30pm). Drop me an email if you would like to attend.
Have a great week!
Gaels fall to Gryphons on the road
GUELPH, Ont. (November 12, 2010) – The Queen's Gaels women's basketball team lost 69-59 Friday night to the Guelph Gryphons.
Brittany Moore of Hannon, Ont., led the Gaels in scoring with 20 points on the night.
Ali Dzikowski was the top scorer for Guelph as she dropped 21 points to lead the Gryphons to the win.
Queen's will be back in action tomorrow night when they take on the Brock Badgers at 6:00 pm in St. Catharines.
Robinson registers a career high 17 points in 75-67 loss to Badgers
ST. CATHARINES, Ont., (November 13, 2010) - Paige Robinson of Calgary recorded a career high 17 points but her effort wasn't enough as the Queen's Gaels lost 75-67 to the Brock Badgers in women's basketball on Saturday.
Robinson, a second year guard with Queen's, was 6-for-12 from the floor and was a perfect from the foul line. She also tallied six rebounds in the loss. Her previous career high was 12 points against Laurentian last January.
Hillary Woodside of Fall River, N.S., dropped 21 points in the win for the Badgers as three different players posted double digits to help Brock past Queen's. Whitney Gorges of Welland, Ont., had 18 points while Emily McKay of Toronto posted 10 points. Woodside and Gorges also had eight rebounds.
Brittany Moore of Hannon, Ont., was the only other Gaels to break double digits recording 16 points in 32 minutes of play.
Queen's Jill Wheat of Marwayne, Alta., had a game high nine rebounds in the loss.
The loss drops Queen's record to 1-3 and the Gaels sit in a four way tie for fourth place in the OUA East with Ryerson, York and RMC.