by Mary Lakhan

In the Terriers (6-16, 2-9) revenge game against the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers (13-9, 8-2) Saturday afternoon, they were defeated by a score of 62-67 inside the Pope Physical Education Center.

The Terriers are currently in 10th place in the NEC. They must better their standing in the their remaining seven games if they intend on making it to the NEC Tournament as only the top eight will make it to the playoffs.

In a head-to-head first quarter, the Terriers came out on top as they took the quarter 15-12. In the second quarter, the Terriers went on a 6-0 run taking a five-point lead over the Mountaineers, 23-18. Immediately on a 10-4 run, the ladies from the Mount would take the lead and end the first half 27-28.

In the third quarter, the Mountaineers went on a 13-4 run, extending their lead to double-digits, 31-41. On a 6-2 run the Terriers would cut the lead to six, 37-43, however the Mountaineers would yet again their lead to double digits. Cayln Richardson with a three-pointer would hit a buzzer-beater to bring the Terriers seven points away from tying the contest, 42-49.

In the fourth quarter, the Terriers outscored the Mountaineers 20-18 however it wasn’t enough. In attempts to come back, the Terriers went on a 12-4 run cutting the lead down to two with a three-pointer from Abby Anderson within the last 30 seconds of the contest, 62-64. Kayla Agentowicz would add three points to the Mountaineers total to take the contest 62-67.

Top performers from the Mount were Kendall Bresee, Kayla Agentowicz, Michaela Harrison, and Rebecca Lee.

Redshirt junior guard/forward led with 15 points in 32 minutes. She also finished with seven rebounds, three assists, one block, one steal, scored two of three attempted three-pointers, and landed five of six shots at the free-throw line.

Redshirt junior guard Layla Agentowicz recorded 14 points in 29 minutes. She also tallied seven rebounds, four assists, three steals, scored three of six attempted three-pointers, and scored one of two shots at the free-throw line.

Sophomore guard Michaela Harrison finished with 12 points in 37 minutes. She also finished with three rebounds, two assists, one block, two steals, scored three of eight attempted three-pointers, and scored one of two shots at the free-throw line.

Junior center Rebecca Lee finished with 10 points in 15 minutes. She grabbed three rebounds and recorded one block.

From the Terriers, top performers were Jenna Jordan, Alyssa Fisher, Abby Anderson, and Cayln Richardson.

Freshman forward Jenna Jordan finished with her second career double-double in 33 minutes. She finished with a career-high of 16 points, 13 rebounds, and landed six of eight shots at the free-throw line. Jordan also assisted in one basket.

Freshman guard Alyssa Fisher finished with a career-high of 15 points in 34 minutes. She also grabbed five rebounds, recorded two steals, scored one of two attempted three-pointers, and landed four perfect shots at the free-throw line.

Junior forward Abby Anderson recorded 13 points in 23 minutes. She also grabbed five rebounds, recorded one block, score one of three attempted three-pointers, and landed four perfect shots at the free-throw line.

Freshman guard Cayln Richardson finished with a career-high of nine points, four rebounds, one block, and three steals in 30 minutes. She also assisted in three baskets and scored one of three attempted three-pointers.

The Terriers will be back in action on Monday, February 10, as they take on the Bryant Bulldogs at the Chace Athletic Center in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Game tips off at 7 p.m.

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