Dordt def. Jamestown 77-58
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Dordt Defender women’s basketball team used a 16-0 run to end the first half to defeat Jamestown 77-58 in a game played in North Dakota on Wednesday night.
The Defenders built a six point lead at the end of the first quarter using a pair of Erika Feenstra baskets to take a 20-14 lead.
The hosts fought back to tie the game at 22 and 25 in the very physical game with the tie coming at the 5:16 mark as Dordt actually trailed by two 25-23 but Bailey Beckman made a pair of free throws to ti the game and ignite a 16 point run to end the half.
Dordt quickly added to the lead with Ebby Prewitt knocking down a three-point basket to open the half and Rachel Evavold added a bucket for a 25-44 lead. Dordt’s lead eventually grew to 27 in the second half before the Defenders settled for the 19 point win.
Dordt limited Jamestown to 21-61 field goal shooting and just 5-28 three-point success.
Dordt was 27-53 from the field and converted 6-14 three-point shots and 17-23 free throws.
Dordt was led by Erika Feenstra’s 17 points and she also nabbed eight rebounds with two assists.
Rachel Evavold had 13 points and four rebounds with a game high seven assists.
Karly Gustafson came off the bench to score 11 for Dordt and had eight rebounds with two steals. Bailey Beckman added nine and Kenzie Cunard scored eight.
Jamestown was led by Emma Stoehr with 14 points.
Dordt is now 11-1 overall and 4-1 in the conference.
Jamestown is 2-3 in the league and 6-4 overall.
Dordt will host Midland on Saturday at 2:00 in GPAC play.