Quattro Scores Career-High 20 Points
CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Host Washington College got a career-high 20 points from junior forward Cassidy Quattro (Lansdale, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham) as the team scored a season-high in points in an 87-50 victory over visiting Bryn Mawr on Thursday night at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference women's basketball action. The Shorewomen improve to 6-10 overall and 3-8 in the Centennial, while the Owls fall to 1-16 and 0-12 respectively.
Washington College 87 Bryn Mawr 50
How It Happened
- The Shorewomen scored the game's first seven points and raced out to an 11-2 lead with 5:00 left in the first quarter on a Bridget McLaughlin jumper.
- Bryn Mawr would counter with an 8-2 run of its own to trim the lead to 13-10 with 3:05 to go in the first on two Laya Padalagu free throws.
- Washington scored the final four points of the quarter to lead the Owls 17-10 after one.
- Leading 23-16 with following a three-pointer by Laya Padalagu with 6:31 remaining in the second quarter, the Shorewomen hit the Owls with an 11-3 run to take a 34-19 lead with 3:06 left on a triple by Alexis Krahling. Washington would take a 43-26 lead into halftime.
- The hosts scored the first seven points of the third to push the lead to 50-26 just 1:38 into the quarter on a Quattro second chance layup. Washington would lead 66-40 after three.
- In the fourth quarter, the Shorewomen outscored Bryn Mawr, 21-10, and led by as many as 40 points with 2:12 left in the game on a triple by Olivia Levin.
For The Shorewomen (6-10, 3-8 CC)
- Quattro (20 points to lead players and new career-high), Emily Thiemann (game-high 13 rebounds), Caitlyn Clark (seven assists), Alexis Krahling (six assists to tie career-best), Madeline Williams (five helpers), Kristi Kozlowski (four blocks)
- Washington shot a season-best 50% from the field (36-for-72), 39% from three-point range (10-for-26) and 83% from the foul line (5-for-6).
- Washington outrebounded Bryn Mawr 52-27, while turning it over 15 times.
- The Shorewomen outscored the Owls in bench points (38-14), points off of turnovers (11-7), fast break points (10-0), points in the paint (38-10) and second chance points (15-2).
For Bryn Mawr (1-16, 0-12 CC)
- Elizabeth Chan (12 points, 5-for-6 from the field), Sydney Garner and Helena Martin (six boards), Brendan Harrison (three assists), Lipi Padalagu (two steals)
- Bryn Mawr shot 29% from the field (16-for-56), 27% from behind the arc (4-for-15) and 61% from foul line (14-for-23).
- The Owls had 11 turnovers in the game.
- Quattro was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game on the broadcast. Her previous high was 17 points which she did in the team's opener versus Notre Dame (Md.) in November. She was the first Shorewoman to score at least 20 in a game since Ali Grundy '17 scored 24 versus Franklin & Marshall in February 2017.
- Krahling had six assists also against Bryn Mawr back in December 2015.
- Tonight's 87 points was a season high, eclipsing the prior season-best which was 73 against Penn State-Schuylkill on November 18. It was the team's most points in the series since scoring 88 on November 26, 2013 in an 88-23 victory.
- The squad ended its eight-game losing streak in the conference and netted its first win of 2019.
- WC has won 45 of the 46 all-time meetings against Bryn Mawr.
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