HOW IT HAPPENED
It was a rough day for the Dordt College Defender women’s basketball team as it dropped a 101-55 decision to Concordia on Saturday afternoon in the De Witt Gym.
Dordt got down early under pressuring defense by the Bulldogs and was unable to get on track, trailing 34-9 at the end of the first period. Concordia nearly matched that output with a 32-14 second quarter advantage and led 66-23 at the half.
With the game in hand Concordia outscored Dordt 35-32 in the second half for the final margin of victory.
Rachel Evavold had 18 points and seven rebounds with two assists.
Kenzie Bousema and Ebby Prewitt each had eight points with Bousema securiing four rebounds.
Dordt was outrebounded 38-37 and was hampered by 30 turnovers while forcing eight.
Dordt converted 19-54 shots for 35.2 percent success and Concordia was 37-73 from the field for 50.7 percent success.
Dordt is now 2-3 in the league and 6-7 overall.
Concordia improves to 5-0 in the league and 9-0 overall.
Dordt will travel to Northwestern on Wednesday night in Orange City.
Mount Marty def. College of Saint Mary 69-59
Concordia def. Dordt 101-55
Dakota Wesleyan def. Doane 82-51
Northwestern def. Briar Cliff 78-57