Women’s basketball: Comeback falls short in 65-58 loss

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November 17, 2014

9:43 PM

William and Mary dropped its second game of the season Monday night, as a late second-half comeback fell short in Norfolk, Va. Host Old Dominion escaped with a 65-58 win despite a game-high 18 points from senior guard Jazmen Boone.

Trailing by eight at the half, the College (1-1) outscored the Monarchs (2-1) in the second half, 32-31. The Monarchs, however, shot 44 percent from the field, including 53 percent from beyond the arc. In comparison, the Tribe shot 37 percent and 39 percent from deep.

Alongside Boone, sophomore guard Marlena Tremba added 12 points and a team-high five assists. Sophomore guard Latrice Hunter scored six points and tallied four assists, while sophomore forward Alexandra Masaquel chipped in six points and eight boards.

Check back for a full recap Thursday night.

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Senior staff writer Chris Weber '15 is an English major from Spotsylvania, Va. He was previously Sports Editor.