Clark Scores Team-High 14 Points and Four Steals
CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Visiting Swarthmore's Dana Bandurick notched a double-double with game-highs of 18 points and 14 rebounds to go along with contest-bests of five steals and four blocks in a 63-41 win against host Washington College on Tuesday afternoon at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference women's basketball action. The Garnet are now 7-4 overall and 4-2 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen fall to 6-6 and 3-4 respectively.
Swarthmore 63 Washington College 41
How It Happened
- The Garnet scored 10 of the game's first 13 points to lead 10-3 with 5:21 to go on a traditional three-point play by Bandurick. Swarthmore led 17-8 after one quarter.
- Faith Nation gave Swarthmore its biggest lead of the first at 20 points with 1:24 remaining in the second quarter on a layup. The visitors would take a 38-19 lead into halftime.
- Washington would score the first six points of the third quarter to cut the Swarthmore lead to 38-25 on a Crystal Jones layup with 6:08. The Garnet would regroup to outscore the Shorewomen 13-4 the rest of the quarter to lead 51-29 after three.
- Each team scored 12 points in the fourth quarter to provide the final margin.
For The Shorewomen (6-6, 3-4 CC)
- Caitlyn Clark (14 points and four steals to lead Shorewomen), Cassidy Quattro (seven rebounds)
- Washington shot 24% from the field (15-for-62), 23% from three-point range (6-for-26) and 63% from the foul line (5-for-8)
- Washington had 16 turnovers in the contest.
- The Shorewomen held a 17-9 advantage in bench points.
For Swarthmore (7-4, 4-2 CC)
- Bandurick (18 points, 14 rebounds, five steals and four blocks for double-double), Kim Kockenmeister (13 points and three assists), Christina Holmgren and Elizabeth Stiles (three assists)
- Swarthmore shot 46% from the field (25-for-55), 40% from behind the arc (6-for-15) and 58% from foul line (7-for-12).
- Swarthmore outrebounded Washington 45-35 and outscored the hosts in transition points (10-8), points in the paints (28-12) and second-chance points (15-10).
- The Garnet had 19 turnovers in the win.
- Clark was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewoman Player of the Game during the broadcast.
- Each squad had 18 points off turnovers.
- Swarthmore assistant coach Brian McCloskey is a 2019 graduate of Washington College and served as a student assistant for the Shorewomen for the past three seasons.
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