Monday, February 21, 2011

Women's Basketball - Game Report

Hi Folks,

Just one game to report on this time around, as we closed out our regular season with a game against our cross-town rivals, RMC. Thanks to a 27 point out-pouring from Brittany Moore, we extended our current win streak to 4 games with a 75-56 win. While the final score had a 19 point spread, RMC gave us a good scare in the fourth quarter as they collapsed our 20 point lead to 4 points, before a couple of 3-pointers by Moore and Liz Boag late in the game re-established the comfortable lead.

We finish the season in fifth place and will head to Toronto to take on Ryerson in the quarter-final match up. The game is set for Wednesday, February 23 at 6pm.

Also of note: The University of Toronto captured first place in the division and will be hosting the East Final 4 on Saturday/Sunday, February 26/27 -- game times tba.

Have a great Family Day.


Moore's 27 points leads Gaels to 75-56 win over RMC
Posted by: Michael Grobe (Communications & Sports Information Officer)
2/18/2011 9:10:34 PM
KINGSTON, Ont., (February 18, 2011) � Brittany Moore of Hannon, Ont., posted a season high 27 points as the Queen's Gaels dumped Royal Military College 75-56 in their final regular season women's basketball contest on Friday.

The win puts Queen's record at 7-15, good for fifth place in the OUA East Division. The Gaels will travel to Toronto on Wednesday night for an OUA quarter-final battle against the fourth place Ryerson Rams.

This was the third consecutive game Moore has scored over 20 points and eighth of the 2010-11 campaign. Her previous season high was 25 in a loss to Ryerson back on January 21. She was 10-for-20 from the floor notching four rebounds and a game high six assists.

Hanna Koposhynska of Toronto grabbed her second double-double of the season posting 13 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Kingston's Liz Boag also broke double digit scoring recording 11 points.

Carley Lewis of Halifax, N.S., was RMC's top scorer with 12 points. She also tallied seven of the Paladins 36 rebounds. Queen's out rebounded RMC 59-36.

Queen's heads into the playoffs riding a four-game winning streak which started with a narrow 62-61 over the Ryerson Rams on February 5.

Dave Wilson
Head Coach, Women's Basketball
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