Concordia def. Dordt 86-54.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Concordia led start to finish and Dordt was never able to seriously challenge the Bulldogs after the opening minutes as the Defenders dropped the 86-54 decision in Seward, Nebraska on Wednesday, December 9.
Dordt was down 25-13 after one quarter and 46-23 at halftime. The Bulldogs outscored Dordt 19-15 in the third quarter and extended the lead by five in the fourth quarter in taking the first meeting of the two teams this season.
-Dordt was 18-48 from the field and got to the free throw line 28 times where the Defenders converted 16.
-Concordia 31-74 from the field and 15-17 from the free throw line. Concordia was able to take advantage of 31 Dordt turnovers to get 26 more field goal attempts.
-Mycah Hulst scored 12 and had 16 rebounds with five blocked shots and two assists. Hulst has had seven double-double performances this season.
-Kim Kroeze had 11 points and Cassidy Vredevoogd had eight points and seven rebounds.
-Mary Janovich had a team high 13 points for the Bulldogs who are now 5-3 overall and 3-3 in GPAC play.
-Dordt is 4-8 overall and 1-5 in the league. Dordt travels to Doane on Saturday before hosting Concordia on Friday, December 18.
COACH DEWITT-SEVERSON SAID
“I thought Mycah had a good night. A lot of good things happen when she touches the ball whether she gets a shot and she’s learning to kick it out a little better. She gets some offensive rebounds for us and she gave us a really nice night. I thought Kim Kroeze played really hard for us. I was proud of her effort. She really pushed through. I thought those two really set an example for how hard we want them to play,” said Dordt College coach Katie DeWitt-Severson.
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