WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

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Dordt College Women's Basketball vs. Northwestern

January 28, 2006

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(Orange City, Iowa) The Dordt College Lady Defenders couldn't overcome a 29 percent shooting night in dropping a 91-63 Great Plains Athletic Conference decision to the Northwestern Red Raiders.

Northwestern, who entered the game as the number one rated team in the nation, held a 41-27 lead at halftime while holding Dordt to 22 percent shooting.

The Lady Defenders would get no closer than 12 in the second half, losing for the second time this week to a rated team on the road.

Dordt was led by Kristin De Ronde's 17 points, five rebounds and three blocked shots while Shawna Flikkema was good for 11 points an four assists. Kathryn Ferrie added eight points while Lindsey Van Wyk and Kara Karlsgodt both had seven points. Rachel Van Beek led all players with 14 rebounds.

Northwestern was paced by Deb Remmerde's 35 points. The leading scorer in the nation was 10-20 from the floor and 11-11 from the free throw line, running her consecutive free throw makes to 121 in a row. Jaime Hoegh and Tyann Meyer had 13 and 11 points each for the hosts.

Dordt is now 6-7 in conference play.

Dordt's Current Record: 11-9 (6-7)
Opponent's Current Record: 20-2 (10-2)

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Final
Dordt College 27 36 63
Northwestern 41 50 91
Dordt Rebounding Leaders Total
Rachel Van Beek 14
Kristin De Ronde 5
Team Total: 38
Opponent Rebounding Leaders Total
Deb Remmerde 7
Miranda Boekhout 7
Crystal Algood 5
Team Total: 46
Dordt Scoring Leaders Total
Kristin De Ronde 17
Shawna Flikkema 11
Kathryn Ferrie 8
Lindsey Van Wyk 7
Team Total: 63
Opponent Scoring Leaders Total
Deb Remmerde 35
Jaime Hoegh 13
Tyann Meyer 11
Team Total: 91
Dordt Team Shooting Pct
Field Goals: 19/56 34%
3-Point Field Goals: 3/16 19%
Free Throws: 22/32 69%
Opponent Team Shooting Pct
Field Goals: 33/63 52%
3-Point Field Goals: 5/13 38%
Free Throws: 23/32 72%

For more information, please contact Mike Byker, Sports Information Director, at mbyker@dordt.edu or (712) 722-6301.