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Home Sports Twelve 3-Pointers Propel No. 14 Women’s Basketball over Midland

by Jacy Johnston


The No. 14 Concordia women’s basketball team secured another GPAC victory 81-59 over Midland University on Tuesday, Feb. 10 in Walz Arena. This marks win number 20 for the Bulldogs, who sit at 20-7 overall. In the GPAC, Concordia is 12-7 and is in a five-way tie for second place in the standings.

The Bulldogs started their victory in the first quarter, outscoring the Midland Warriors 24-7. Freshman Quinn Wragge started the momentum for the Bulldogs with seven of the first nine points to secure a 9-2 lead. Concordia’s 3-point shooting got hot next, and junior Aubri Bro began her five for five shooting night from behind the 3-point arc.

The Bulldogs’ outside shooting success continued in the second quarter with Bro connecting on two more 3-pointers, along with sophomore Jade Gottier. Concordia held a 42-25 lead at halftime.

Despite a 7-0 run in the middle of the third quarter, junior Laurel Krohn drained a 3-pointer to continue the offensive firepower for Concordia. The Bulldogs were 19 points ahead going into the final ten minutes at 64-45. Sophomore Sydney Feller drained a triple to make the score 75-52, and the Bulldogs won 81-59.

Eleven Bulldogs made the scorebook in the victory, led by Bro with 15 points off of five 3-pointers. Wragge and junior Erin Vieselmeyer scored 14 and 13 points respectively.

The Bulldogs’ next matchup will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday in Walz Arena against Northwestern.

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