WRITTEN BY JOSEPH PRATASIEWICZ
Final: Terriers lose to the Sacred Heart Pioneers 77-53. Terriers have now lost three of the last four games.
Recap: Tonight’s peformance from the Terriers was not pretty
On the offensive side the Terriers shot 34.5% from the field. They were 6-21 from behind the arc.
Junior guard Eilidh Simpson lead the Terriers in points. She finished the game with 15 points. But Eilidh struggled from beyond the arc shooting 2-9.
Sophomore guard Leah Fechko averages 9.0 points per game but tonight she couldn’t hit a single shot. Leah had 0 points and was 0-4 from the field.
Both Junior forward Jaymee Veney and Junior forward Sarah Benedetti shot a combined 5-13 from the field.
Terriers couldn’t find an answer to the Pioneers offense.
Sacred Heart had complete control of this game from the get go. They shot 57.1% from behind the three point line.
From the field the Pioneers shot 50.9%. Junior guard Gabriell Washington scored a game high 27 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.
Gabriell was 10 for 21 from the field.
Sophomore forward Hannah Kimmel also had a nice game tonight finishing with 24 points and 7 rebounds.
Hannah was 4-8 from the three point perimeter.
The Pioneers dominated the Terriers by out rebounding them 39-26.
Senior center Enjoli Bland had 12 of those rebounds.
It was a disappointing performance from the Terriers after having beaten Sacred Heart last time 69-49.
But when a team like Sacred Heart is shooting over 50% from the field it will be difficult for any team to catch up.
Terriers now fall to 16-9 overall and 7-7 against NEC teams. With four games left in the season there is some good news and some bad news.
First is the bad news, the Terriers next three games will be against the top three teams in NEC conference.
The good news is that the next four games will be at home for the Terriers. They are 9-1 at home this season.
Terriers next game will be this Saturday and they will take on the St. Francis Red Flash at 2pm.