Dordt College Women's Basketball vs. Concordia
January 13, 2007
(Seward, Nebraska) The Dordt College Defender women's basketball team dropped a 62-49 decision at the hands of the Concordia Bulldogs in Seward, Nebraska on Saturday afternoon.
The Defenders took an early lead and were up 18-14 on a Lindsey Van Wyk jumper with 5:32 left in the first half. Concordia fought back to tie the game and near the end of the first half the Defenders lost Kristin De Ronde with a knee injury. She would not return.
Tied 23-23 at halftime, the Bulldogs put the clamps on defensively, limiting Dordt's early opportunities and taking advantage of numerous trips to the free throw line for a ten point lead at the 11:16 mark 42-32. The Defenders refused to fade, fighting to keep the score respectable, losing by an eventual count of 62-49.
Lindsey Van Wyk led the Defenders with 19 points and was forced to play 33 minutes, hoisting 23 shots, making nine. Kate DuMez added 12 points on 4-12 shooting and Amy Prather had five. McKinzie Schmidt had 11 rebounds as the Defenders were outrebounded 47-39. The Defenders, dropping to 4-5 in the league, made 21-66 shots and were 5-9 on free throws. Concordia by comparison took advantage of 28 free throws, making 15 while converting 22-53 field goals.
Whitney Stichka, Jenni Lovegrove, Jordan Schmoldt and Danae Koopman all had ten points for the Bulldogs who improved to 10-9 overall and 3-6 in the league.
Other GPAC scores included:
Morningside def. Sioux Falls 83-66
Hastings def. Northwestern 78-64
Dakota Wesleyan def. Midland Lutheran 71-67
Briar Cliff def. Nebraska Wesleyan 67-64
Doane def. Mount Marty 75-69
Mount Marty 6-3
Midland Lutheran 4-4
Briar Cliff 4-5
Sioux Falls 4-6
Dakota Wesleyan 2-6
Dordt's Current Record: 6-12 (4-5)
Opponent's Current Record: 10-9 (3-6)
|Team||1st Half||2nd Half||Final|
|Dordt Rebounding Leaders||Total|
|Opponent Rebounding Leaders||Total|
|Dordt Scoring Leaders||Total|
|Lindsey Van Wyk||19|
|Kate Du Mez||12|
|Opponent Scoring Leaders||Total|
|Dordt Team Shooting||Pct|
|3-Point Field Goals:||2/9||22%|
|Opponent Team Shooting||Pct|
|3-Point Field Goals:||3/12||25%|
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