Women’s Basketball defeated in NCAA DII matchup against Glenville State

Karina Graziani -

Caitlyn Trombley on offensePhoto by Robert Cifone


GLENVILLE, W. Va. --- Carlow University women's basketball lost its final game before holiday break, 145-64, at NCAA DII Glenville State College Wednesday.

The Pioneers (7-4) have been averaging 105 points against opponents this season, but the 145 points against Carlow (6-8) was the most scored by the women's team at the Waco Center.

Glenville State jumped out to an early lead, finishing the first quarter ahead, 38-17, and did not let up the remainder of the night.

The Pioneers held a commanding 110-49 lead at the end of the third quarter and went on a 15-5 run to start the final quarter.

The Celtics shot just 32.1 percent from the field on the day and Glenville State out-rebounded Carlow, 67-46. The Pioneers shot 52.3 percent from the field and scored 78 points in the paint to the Celtics' 24.

Eight Glenville State players scored in double digits, and the Pioneers forced 26 Carlow turnovers.

Megan Ost (SO/Apollo, Pa.) was 5 or 7 from the field and scored 11 points to lead the Celtics. Caitlyn Trombley (SO/Belle Vernon, Pa.) added 10 points, and senior Emma Stille (Westerville, Ohio) pulled down 12 boards in the effort.

Carlow returns to action in the new year when it hosts Bryant & Stratton (Rochester) for a 1 p.m. game on Jan. 4 at Donahue Pavilion.

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