Box Score

Scheduled Game: VICTORIA*

71

GAME RESULTS12T
Victoria Vikes413071« FINAL
TWU WBB232346

46

Game Date: 1/26/2001Location: TWU
Game Time: Attendance: 0
Officials:
Team Statistics
TeamGame Average
FG%Victoria Vikes
41.4%
TWU WBB
46.7%
3FG%Victoria Vikes
20%
TWU WBB
20%
FT%Victoria Vikes
71.4%
TWU WBB
75%
Victoria VikesTWU WBB
Turnovers1216
Turnover Pts00
Biggest Lead00
Victoria Vikes
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
#NAMEMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTTOBSPTS
Substitutions
4Lindsay Brooke28:001/31/12/2011212105
5Lindsay Anderson32:008/171/55/62462244022
6Kim Johnosn32:009/200/31/22021211019
9Krystal O Bryne16:000/40/02/2112022002
10Emily King16:003/70/00/0101011006
11cristy Solomon8:001/30/00/2202011102
12Angela Mangan18:002/50/00/05611211124
13Hoanna Holdsworth19:001/40/10/0123230202
14Lindsay MacDonald19:003/50/00/012122230206
15Kimberly Lobb6:001/20/00/0000001002
Total19429/702/1010/14NaNNaNNaN11161312271
41.4%20%71.4% Team Rebs: Total TO: NaN
TWU WBB
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
#NAMEMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTTOBSPTS
Substitutions
5Christi Bigelow28:000/30/10/0000100200
6Larua Constantinescu4:000/00/00/0000000000
7Trina Nelson19:003/70/10/0033221216
8Beth Graham7:001/30/01/2011000013
9Heidi Frandrup31:004/50/00/0044310308
10Jamie Mullaney10:002/41/20/0011030105
12Katie Hall38:001/30/02/2022601104
13Anna Chinnery36:008/150/00/01231214016
14Heidi DeHaan25:002/50/10/0000320304
21Erin Longman5:000/00/00/0000100000
Total20321/451/53/4NaNNaNNaN1710316246
46.7%20%75% Team Rebs: Total TO: NaN

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women's Basketball
Friday, January 26, 2001
TWU Spartans (46) vs. University of Victoria Vikes (71)

Spartans Come Up Short Against #4

Langley, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University women's basketball team held their own for the first part of the game on Friday night, down by six (12-18) at the ten minute mark. But, they were unable to stay with the University of Victoria for the rest of the game. The Vikes, who are currently ranked 4th in the nation, pulled away for a 71-46 victory.

"Leadership is what we're missing. I can scream out the commands but someone on the floor has to take charge," said TWU head coach Rebecca Hays. "This boat needs a coxman, we have enough paddlers."

Leadership was not the only thing the Spartans needed in Friday night's game. Fresh legs would have contributed to their success as the power of the Vikes wore out the TWU players.

Lacking the much-needed experienced depth on the bench, the second half was even tougher for the Spartans as their hopes of gaining a lead were dashed by theVikes' forceful defence.

"Their intense defence intimidated us and we froze," said Hays. "Unfortunately, we didn't thaw out at all."

The Spartans managed a 48% shooting average over the Vikes' 41%, but regrettably, their average did not determine the final outcome of the game.

With a total of 22 points, Lindsay Anderson (3rd yr, Guard, Victoria, BC) lead her team in scoring. Other statistical leaders for the University of Victoria include Kim Johnson (5th yr, Forward, Salmon Arm, BC) who scored a total of 19 points and Anglea Mangan (5th yr, Post, Powell River, BC) who stood up against TWU with 11 rebounds.

In an attempt to catch up to their opponents the Spartans came alive in the last five minutes. They managed to control most of the play, but, this sudden rush came too little too late resulting in a loss to the University of Victoria Vikes.

The Spartans were lead by Anna Chinnery (4th yr, Forward/Center, Abbotsford, BC) who netted 16 points and Heidi Frandrup (4th yr, Guard/Forward, Newport, WA) who hit for 8 points and grabbed 4 defensive rebounds.

Next up for the Spartans is Saturday, January 27 when they will host the University of Victoria Vikes. Game time at TWU is set for 6:00PM.

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