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|Cornerstone University WHAC 10-4, 15-6||31||26||57|
|Davenport (Mich.) WHAC 13-1, 20-1||49||34||83|
|Jan. 25, 2014|
|Grand Rapids, MI|
|Cornerstone University||Indv. Leaders||Davenport (Mich.)|
|#43 Jill Hendrickson - 17||Points||#24 Alex Law - 20|
|#43 Jill Hendrickson - 11||Rebounds||#32 Alison Bouman - 5|
|3 Players - 2||Assists||#15 Kia Frazier - 11|
|Cornerstone University||Team Statistics||Davenport (Mich.)|
|36.8% (21 - 57)||Field Goals %||54.1% (33 - 61)|
|7.1% (1 - 14)||3 Point Field Goals %||52.9% (9 - 17)|
|77.8% (14 - 18)||Free Throws||80% (8 - 10)|
|0||2nd Chance Pts||0|
The Golden Eagles travelled over to Davenport to take on the Panthers this afternoon in a crucial WHAC match for both teams. Cornerstone made the first basket of the game on a 3-pointer from Janae Trombley to give Cornerstone it's only lead of the day. Davenport made an 8-0 run after that basket to go up 8-3 with 17:58 on the clock. Cornerstone would hang tough over the four minutes or so and got the score to within 1 point (12-11) after Jill Hendrickson sank a pair of foul shots at 13:39. The Panthers then made a 16-2 run to open up a 15 point (28-13) lead with 8:55 left in the half. The Panthers would keep a double digit lead for the remainder of the half and they made a basket at the buzzer to push their halftime lead to 49-31. Davenport would increase the lead to 19 early in the half but Cornerstone would hang tough and cut the lead down to 60-47 at 12:17. The Panthers would make a 13-6 run over the next five minutes of play to increase the lead to 73-53 and they would keep it in the 20's for the rest of the half. Davenport continued to add to their lead through the half and got it to as high as 28 points (83-55) with :27 seconds left on the clock. Cornerstone made one last basket to finish the game at 83-57. Jill Hendrickson recorded her 10th double double of the season scoring 17 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
KEY TEAM STATS
The Panthers made 9 of 17 (52.9%) shots from long range while the Golden Eagles struggled from distance only making 1 of 14 (7.1%). That alone was almost the difference in the final score. Cornerstone shot only 36.8% from the field for the game and Davenport shot 52.9%.
The Golden Eagles will travel over to Livonia to take on Madonna on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.