Ala. --- The Huntingdon College women’s basketball team dropped
its' second Great South Athletic Conference contest, 84-41, to
Maryville College on Saturday afternoon in Roland Arena. The Lady
Hawks fell down early and couldn't stop Paige Sevier's 32-point
the first half, Maryville started the game on a 6-0 run, before the
Lady Hawks' Chalise Hopkins scored with 17:17 on the clock.
Huntingdon struggled scoring in the first period, while the Lady
Scots took a 39-10 lead into the half.
only recording 10 points in the first half, Huntingdon improved by
scoring 31 points in the second period. Unfortunately for the Lady
Hawks, Maryville shot 50 percent in each half for the win.
the way for the Lady Hawks was junior LaTerial Williams, who scored
11 points, while Devin Douglas and Ashton Salter added 9 and 6
points, respectively. Salter led the Lady Hawks with 8 rebounds,
followed by senior Chalise Hopkins' 7 in the loss.
the game, Maryville held a 44-43 advantage on the glass. The Lady
Scots converted 50 percent of its shots, hitting 32-of-64, while
Huntingdon finished 12-of-60 (20 percent).
Lady Scots (9-4, GSAC 4-0) were led by Paige Sevier with a game-high
32 points, including 9-of-13 from the three-point line in the
Lady Hawks' (4-7, GSAC 1-2) next game is against Great South Athletic
Conference opponent, Agnes Scott College, on Sunday, Jan. 16, in
Roland Arena. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m. Live stats will be available