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Women’s basketball experiencing early season woes

Alec Noa, Staff Reporter

Lakeland College women’s basketball team started their week off on Nov. 28 against Concordia University Wisconsin. The Muskies dropped the contest 72-57. Committing 20 turnovers in the game, the Muskies were simply unable to get any type of momentum going in their favor. Top scorer was Becky Mayo, who dominated inside the paint with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

The Lakeland College women’s basketball team looked to gain some momentum against Benedictine University on Dec. 1, but came up short and ultimately dropped the contest 49-38. The Muskies were unable to get any kind of offense going as they only shot 29.2 percent for the game.

The loss put the Muskies to a 1-5 overall record and a 1-1 conference record. The Muskies’ only win of the season is over Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and they have lost three games in a row since.

The Muskies started off cold when Benedictine went on an 11-3 run, but were able to rebound and take the lead 18-16 going into the half. The second half was not a successful one for the Muskies, finding themselves shut out in the last three minutes and ultimately dropping the game.

Muskie stand-outs were Taylor Jandrin who had eight points and Leah Eisner who scored seven points and had seven rebounds for the Muskies.

The Muskies look to rebound at home on Dec. 4 against Alverno college.

 

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Alec Noa, Staff Reporter

Staff Reporter

Alec Noa is a freshman from Lombard, IL, double majoring in education and history, minoring in writing. He is on the wrestling team,...

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Women’s basketball experiencing early season woes