by Mary Lakhan
The Terriers suffered another defeat at the hands of Boston College of the ACC (0-3) in their second road game, at Chestnut Hill, MA.
The Eagles immediately took control of the game as they went on an 18-6 run, finishing the first quarter with a 13-point lead. In the second quarter, they increased their lead to 18-points. The third and fourth quarters were no different to the first and second as the Eagles continued their ascent.
In the fourth quarter, the Terriers were limited to only eight points as the eagles destroyed them in a final 20-8 run. This loss will be the Terriers’ third loss of the season; they are yet to win a contest.
Top performers for the Eagles were Taylor Soule, Cameron Swartz, Milan Bolden-Morris, Makayla Dickens, Emma Guy, and Georgia Pineau. Taylor played 20 minutes in which she recorded 24 points, four assists, grabbed four rebounds and landed four out of five shots at the free-throw line. Cameron played 26 minutes tallying 18 points, two assists, grabbed four rebounds and landed three perfect shots at the free-throw line.
Milan played 30 minutes finishing with 17 points, three assists, eight rebounds and two of three shots from the free-throw line. Makayla played 22 minutes in which she contributed 12 points, three assists and grabbed four rebounds. Emma played 14 minutes in which she recorded 11 points and grabbed four rebounds. Georgia played 29 minutes, contributed nine points, and grabbed 10 rebounds.
For the Terriers, Jade Johnson led her team with 17 points. In her 38 minutes of play, she grabbed six rebounds, assisted in two baskets and landed three of her six shots at the free-throw line. Ally Lassen played 38 minutes in which she recorded 15 points, grabbed six rebounds and landed five of six shots at the free-throw line. Freshman Alyssa Fisher played 28 minutes contributing 12 points. She also grabbed three rebounds and scored four of her five shots at the free-throw line.
Abby Anderson played 25 minutes in which she finished with 10 points, two assists, grabbed four rebounds and landed a perfect two shots at the free-throw line. Freshman Jenna Jordan and Cayln Richardson contributed six and five points respectively. Also, Freshman Nevena Dimitrijevic topped her team with seven assists and also contribute four points.
The Terriers (0-3) will be back on the court on Wednesday, November 20, at 7 p.m. as they host the Army Black Knights of the Patriot League at the Pope Physical Education Center Brooklyn Heights, NY.