Women's Basketball Dominates Again
Dec. 4, 2003
For the second game in a row, the Lakeland College Women's Basketball Team was overpowering on offense on their way to an 84-63 victory over rival Concordia University on Thursday, December 4. The win moved Lakeland to 4-3 overall and 1-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference, while Concordia dropped to 0-5 and 0-1.
Although Concordia shot better from the field, the Muskies dominated at the free throw line, sinking 28 of 33 attempts for an 84.8 percentage, a vast improvement from their 8-20 outing two nights ago. The Falcons shot a frigid 8 for 23 at the line, including just 4 for 15 in the second half.
Four Muskies shot in double digits: Aubri Rote scored 21, Renee Steinert had 13, Casey Thousand, who scored all of her points in the Muskies' 46-point first half, pitched in with 12, and Jenna Boehm added 10.
"Our team adapted well to our game plan with good offensive execution," head coach April Arvan said of the team's performance.
The Muskies also out-rebounded the Falcons 40-27, led by Steinert with nine, Boehm with seven, and Rote with six.
"We did a great job on the free throw line and on the boards," said Arvan.
Lakeland's next game will be in Madison at Edgewood College on Wednesday, December 10. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m.