Winona State drops from highway contest in St. Cloud State, 58-43 | All Tech Sir

St. CLOUD, Minn. – The Winona State College girls’s basketball workforce misplaced an NSIC sport on the highway, dropping at St. Cloud State, 58-43.

Winona State battled again from a 12-2 deficit early within the first quarter with a 9-0 run to tug inside one at 12-11, however a scoreless second quarter dashed hopes of an entire Warrior comeback. A powerful defensive effort by WSU saved the sport inside attain regardless of the offensive struggles, as St. Cloud State was held to only 12 factors in each the primary and second video games.

Down 24-11 at halftime, the Warriors outscored SCSU by one within the third quarter to make it 14-13, however the house workforce responded with a 21-point fourth quarter to tug away. The Huskies prolonged their successful streak over Winona State to 3 video games; WSU final beat SCSU 55-53 in St. Cloud on February 2, 2019.

Alex Dornfeld led Winona State in scoring and rebounding with seven factors and 7 boards, whereas Lauren Fech, Caitlin Riley and Paige Peaslee every scored six factors. Ava Sergio had 5 rebounds and blocked a pair of Huskie pictures.

SCSU was led by Katrina Theis with 22 factors, whereas Jada Eggebrecht added 12. Theis additionally grabbed eight rebounds.

As a workforce, Winona State was 17-of-46 (37.0%) within the contest, however 0-of-7 within the second quarter looming within the ultimate rating. The Warriors have been 4 of 13 from behind the arc and made 5 of 9 makes an attempt (55.6%) from the free throw line. The host Huskies have been 24 of 53 (45.3%) from the ground and an ideal 6 of 6 (100%) from the charity stripe.

Winona State (9-8 general, 3-8 NSIC) appears to rebound at Minnesota Duluth on Saturday, Jan. 14 in a 3:30 p.m. tip-off at Romano Gymnasium.

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