Women's Varsity Basketball vs. Hastings

L 59-83

2:00 PM - Saturday, February 10, 2018
Sioux Center, Iowa
Conference Match



Hastings defeats Dordt 83-59


Hastings overcame a first quarter deficit and defeated Dordt College in GPAC play on Saturday afternoon in Sioux Center.

Dordt pushed out to a 12-5 lead midway through the first quarter on a Faith Anderson three-point basket with 6:56.  The lead was the largest Dordt would enjoy and the lead was still six after Ebby Prewitt made a free throw with 4:08 left in the quarter for a 17-11 advantage.

Hastings responded with a 9-0 run before a Rachel Evavold basket made it 20-19 and Hastings added to the lead with a three-point basket just before the quarter ended for a 23-19 advantage.

Dordt scored the first point of the second period on a free throw by Kenzie Bousema with 9:16 remaining but Dordt went quiet on offense after that with Hastings going on a 16-0 run that didn’t end until the 2:11 mark when Rachel Evavold got a basket to go.

Dordt trailed 46-28 at halftime after Siennah Stamness scored on a three-point basket to end the half. 

Dordt got as close as 11 to start the second half with seven unanswered but lead bulged to 21 later in the quarter and the fourth quarter was played at a difference of at least 17 points.


Dordt was limited to 15-48 shooting from the floor and 6-20 from the three-point line. 

Hastings was 34-68 from the floor and 5-20 from the three-point line.

Hastings had a 40-31 rebounding advantage and had 18 steals.

Erika Feenstra had 11 points and Rachel Evavold 10 points and nine rebounds for Dordt.

Kenzie Bousema and Payton Harmsen both had nine points. Baylee Tetzlaff had six rebounds.

Hastings had five players in double figures.

Dordt is now 13-15 overall and 7-11 in the GPAC. Hastings is 22-5 overall and 13-5 in the GPAC.


Dordt will host Morningside on Wednesday, February 14.


“Against top teams in the GPAC and against top teams in the NAIA you need four good quarters of play and we didn’t have that today. I thought we showed some good fire and intensity in the first quarter and in the third quarter—that’s the best we’ve started coming out but it was not a complete game from us. To win these GPAC games you need complete games and we just didn’t have that tonight.”


Hastings def. Dordt 83-59

Concordia def. Morningside 88-80

Briar Cliff def. Mount Marty 67-60

Northwestern def. Midland 92-72