Friday, December 10, 2010
Warriors defeat Argonauts in OT
The Warriors now have a record of 4-3 overall. Notre Dame de Namur record had now fallen to 1-5 overall.
Katie Busi led Stanislaus and recorded her 26th career double-double wtih 18 points and 15 rebounds. The Warrior senior shined all over the court also tallying three steals and three blocks.
These two teams were evenly matched offensively in the first half with a tie score seven times throughout the half and at the end of regualtion the score was tied at 34 points. To start off the second half the Warriors took a 13-2 run over the Argonauts, but could not keep a comfortable enough lead to capture the game in regulation.
With 1:51 left in the game the Argonauts took the lead for the first time in the second half and kept the lead until a foul by Notre Dame's Emily Vore sent Warrior senior Katie Busi to the line. Busi sank both shots to push an overtime period.
The Argonauts took the momentum of the second period with them into overtime as they took the lead over the Warriors. After the 2:00 mark, Cal State Stanislaus took the lead and never allowed Notre Dame de Namur to gain control over the game.
Contributing to Stanislaus' strong offense was Christin Gowan with 17 points, her season high for the second time this season. Jameiz Terrell also shined for the Warriors when she recorded a season high of 14 points. Theresa Henderson had nine points on the night.
Defensively, Lauren Godde shined once again with nine rebounds, seven of which were defensive boards. sophomore guard, Terrell also crashed the boards with five rebounds.
The foul line seems to be a confortable spot for th Warriors with the team shooting 14-21 from the line. Terrell was perfect from the line shooting 4-4, Gowan was 3-3, Andreanna Marshall was 2-4, and Busi shot 4-7.
Sisters, Katie Zasly and Laura Zasly led the Argonauts with 20 points and 17 points respectively. Laura Zasly recorded a double-double with 10 rebounds as well. Notre Dame de Namur' Pilar Mullins led the Argonauts in rebounding with 14 boards. Katie Zasly also recorded four steals.