Shorewomen Best Owls, 65-51

Shorewomen Best Owls, 65-51

Three Shorewomen Score in Double Figures; Quattro Hauls Down 10 Rebounds to Lead All Players

BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Visiting Washington College took the lead for good early in the first quarter on its way to a 65-51 win over host Bryn Mawr on Wednesday evening at the Class of 1958 Gymnasium in Centennial Conference women's basketball action.  The Shorewomen are now 7-10 overall and 4-8 in the Centennial, while the Owls fall to 1-15 and 0-11 respectively.

Washington College 65 Bryn Mawr 51

How It Happened
- The Shorewomen led 13-7 after one quarter with Bridget McLaughlin and Taylor Samuels each scoring four points in the opening 10 minutes.
- Leading 19-12 with 5:19 to go in the second quarter, Washington hit Bryn Mawr with a 14-1 run to lead 33-13 with 51 seconds remaining in the second on a Samuels jumper.  The Shorewomen took a 33-15 lead into halftime.
- In the third quarter, WC scored 11 of the opening 12 points to lead 44-16 with 6:23 to go on a Crystal Jones basket.  The 28-point cushion was the largest lead of the contest for Washington.  The visitors held a 54-31 advantage after three as they outscored the hosts in the stanza, 21-16.
- Bryn Mawr outscored Washington 20-11 in the fourth quarter. 

For The Shorewomen (7-10, 4-8 CC)
- Samuels (12 points and two blocks), McLaughlin (11 points), Caitlyn Clark (10 points), Jones (two rejections), Cassidy Quattro (game-high 10 rebounds and three assists), Madeline Williams (three helpers)
- Washington shot 35% from the field (25-for-72), 21% from three-point range (5-for-24) and 71% from the foul line (10-for-14)
- Washington had eight turnovers in the contest and held a 44-31 edge in rebounds.
- The Shorewomen outscored the Owls in second-chance points (16-2), transition points (20-3), bench points (24-14) and points off turnovers (17-8). 

For Bryn Mawr (1-15, 0-11 CC)
- Brendan Harrison (game-high 14 points and team-high seven rebounds), Halena Martin (12 points), Sydney Collins (contest-topping five assists)
- Bryn Mawr shot 40% from the field (19-for-47), 50% from behind the arc (4-for-8) and 53% from foul line (9-for-17). 
- Bryn Mawr held a 20-18 advantage in points in the paint.
- The Owls had 16 turnovers in the win.

- Washington has won 48 of 49 all-time meetings against Bryn Mawr.
- The Shorewomen had a season low eight turnovers in the triumph.

Up Next
1/25 v. Dickinson – 2:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
- Alumni Game to take place at 11 a.m.