#23 Bullets Down Shorewomen, 64-38

#23 Bullets Down Shorewomen, 64-38

Thiemann Scores 10 and Adds Three Steals to Lead WC

GETTYSBURG, Pa. – Host #23 Gettysburg used a 17-3 run spanning the first and second quarters to take control of the contest on its way to a 64-38 win against visiting Washington College on Saturday afternoon at Bream Gym in Centennial Conference women's basketball action.  The Bullets are now 20-3 overall and 17-1 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen fall to 7-15 and 4-13 respectively.

#23 Gettysburg 64 Washington College 38

How It Happened
- Leading 8-6 following a free throw by Washington's Cassidy Quattro, Gettysburg closed out the quarter by scoring 10 of the final 13 points to take a 18-9 lead after one.  Emma Dorshimer capped the scoring on three-pointer with 1:10 left in the first. 
- The Bullets pushed their lead to 25-9 by scoring the first seven points of the second quarter just 1:41 into the second following a Kiera Cesareo triple.  The Bullets outscored the Shorewomen, 8-6, the rest of the quarter and took a 33-15 lead into halftime.
- Both squads scored 15 points in the third quarter as Gettysburg led 48-30 after three.
- In the fourth quarter, the Bullets had a 16-8 advantage to provide the final margin. 

For The Shorewomen (7-15, 4-13 CC)
- Thiemann (10 points, 5-for-7 shooting), Quattro (seven rebounds), Caitlyn Clark (four assists)
- Washington shot 24% from the field (16-for-66), 25% from three-point range (5-for-20) and 50% from the foul line (1-for-2). 
- Washington had 14 turnovers in the contest.
- The Shorewomen outscored the Bullets second chance points by a 6-3 margin.

For Gettysburg (20-3, 17-1 CC)
- Dorshimer (19 points), Cesareo (12 points), Seanna McNamara (eight boards and three steals), Tori Yantsos (four assists), Meredith Brown (three steals)
- Gettysburg shot 39% from the field (22-for-56), 44% from behind the arc (10-for-23) and 63% from foul line (10-for-16) as they outrebounded WC, 47-39. 
- The Bullets totaled a 34-18 advantage in bench points and 18-10 in points in the paint.
- The Bullets had 14 turnovers in the win.

- Each team scored nine points in points off turnovers.
- Thiemann had her third career three steal performance and her second versus Gettysburg.  She had three thefts at Gettysburg on January 12, 2016 and versus Bryn Mawr on December 3, 2015.

Up Next
2/11 v. Muhlenberg – 7:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)
- Game was originally slated for January 19 but was postponed due to weather.