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86-59 Win
  • 2:00 PM - Saturday, January 11, 2020
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Conference Match

Recap

SCORE

Dordt def. College of Saint Mary 86-59

HOW IT HAPPENED

The Dordt Defenders never trailed an improved their record to 16-3 with a convincing 86-59 win over the College of Saint Mary Flames on Saturday afternoon in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Defenders opened the game with a 7-0 run on two free throws by Erika Feenstra, a three-point shot by Ebby Prewitt and a two-point field goal Rachel Evavold. Jordyn Van Maanen capped the first quarter with a three-point basket for a 24-14 lead at the break.

The Defenders quickly extended the lead to 30-14 as Bailey Beckman converted a three-point shot with 8:36 left in the half. The hosts put together a 9-0 run but Dordt had an answer, pulling away from the 30-23 edge, outscoring the hosts 18-7 to finish the half for a 48-30 halftime advantage.

Much of the third quarter was played with the Defenders holding a 15-20 point advantage.  A late run by the Flames got the score back to 63-50. A basket by the Flames with 9:00 left got the difference to 65-53.  Dordt controlled the rest of the game, reeling off 15 unanswered points for an 80-53 lead before settling for the 86-59 final.

THE NUMBERS

Dordt was 31-68 from the field for 46 percent and 7-18 from the arc while converting 17-24 free throws.

The Flames were 22-66 from the field and 4-19 from the three-point line and 11-21 from the free throw line.

Dordt had a 46-36 rebounding advantage and had 14 steals while forcing 19 College of Saint Mary turnovers.

Erika Feenstra scored 22 points with seven rebounds to lead Dordt.

Jordyn Van Maanen, Bailey Beckman and Mya Chmielewski each had 11 points and were a combined 13-22 from the field.

Rachel Evavold scored eight points with nine rebounds and four blocked shots.

Dordt improves to 16-3 overall and 8-3 in the league. The College of Saint Mary is 5-13 overall and 2-9 in the GPAC.

GPAC SCORES

Briar Cliff def. Doane 71-51

Morningside def. Northwestern 76-66

Concordia def. Jamestown 105-56

Mount Marty def. Midland 87-85 ot

Morningside def. Northwestern 76-66

NEXT

Dordt will travel to face Dakota Wesleyan on Wednesday, January 15.