By: Mary Lakhan
The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers fell to the Princeton Tigers 44-76 inside the Jadwin Gymnasium in NJ this evening.
Immediately after tip-off, the Tigers went on a 13-0 run. The Terriers found it hard to score any baskets until senior guard Jade Johnson, with a good three-point shot, broke the spell to give them their first three points of the contest. The Tigers ending the first quarter with a 10-point lead, 9-19.
In the second quarter, the Tigers went on a 23-9 run with Abby Meyers leading her team with 12 points They took the first half 18-42. In the third quarter, the Tigers took a 37-point lead against the Terriers in the ninth minute. At the end of the fourth quarter, the Terriers were down 44-76.
Sophomore guard, Abby Meyers led the Tigers with a high of 17 points in 16 minutes. She grabbed six rebounds, recorded two blocks and landed seven of 12 shots at the free-throw line.
Freshman forward, Ellie Mitchell her first NCAA DI double-double in 24 minutes with 11 points and 14 rebounds; eight offensive rebounds and six defensive rebounds.
Sophomore guards Neenah Young and Grace Stone finished with a combined 17 points. Young recorded 10 points, grabbed four rebounds and recorded two blocks. Stone score seven points, grabbed four rebounds, assisted in four baskets and recorded three steals.
For the Terriers, senior guard Jade Johnson led her team with 15 points within 36 minutes. She grabbed eight defensive rebounds, recorded two blocks and landed three of four shots at the free-throw line.
Freshman guard Nevena Dimitrijevic tallied 10 points, grabbed two rebounds and assisted in four baskets within 32 minutes of play.
Junior forward Ally Lassen finished with six points, five rebounds, two steals and four perfect baskets at the free-throw line in 28 minutes. Her teammate junior forward, Abby Anderson recorded eight rebounds and two assists in 28 minutes of play.
The Terriers will be back in action on Wednesday, December 4, as they host the East Stroudsburg Warriors. Game tips off at 7 p.m. at the Pope Physical Education Center, Brooklyn Heights, NY.