Women’s Basketball: Tribe edges Tigers in road CAA victory, 56-53

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February 8, 2008

5:42 PM

Led by senior forward Kyra Kaylor’s 20-point, 14-rebound performance, the College was able to hold off a tough Towson University squad last night, earning a 56-53 road victory. Towson missed two three-point attempts in the closing moments that would have tied the game.

With 1:01 remaining, freshman guard Katy Oblinger hit a three-pointer to give the Tribe a 56-51 lead. The College shot better from beyond the arc (35 percent) than they did from the field (33.3 percent), but were able to hold Towson to only 30 percent shooting from the field. Junior forward Dani Kell scored eight points, dished out four assists and pulled down four rebounds, and sophomore guard Kelly Heath pitched in eight points.

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