Portland State Shoots Way Past Women's Basketball
Feb. 21, 2008
Junior guard Jaime Schroeder continued to play well for the Bears, leading the team with 19 points and six rebounds, while senior center Danielle Hagen chipped in 17 points and freshman guard Kate Kevorken scored 10, all in the first half. Hagen and freshman guard Courtney Stoermer each had three assists to lead the team, while Stoermer also tallied four steals.
"You lose the edge when you have some time off and there was no forgiveness here tonight," said Head Coach Jaime White talking about how tonight was the team's first game in nine days. "We could not stop Delaney Conway, she had a game-and-a-half and has been playing very well lately for
"Jamie (Schroeder) did a good job posting up and attacking the basket," continued White. "Kate (Kevorken) had a first good half, helped us get back in the game late in the first half. We were just a little flat tonight and we're running out of gas. We're going to have to hold our own and play a full 40 minutes to win and we've only done that once this season - the game against
The Vikings led the entire contest leading by as many as 24 with 3:41 left in the game. They also out-rebounded the Bears 29-23 and had just 12 turnovers, compared to 18 for
The Bears conclude the road portion of their season at