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Jacksonville State (2-3)
11/21/2011 | Jacksonville, Ala. (Pete Mathews) | Attendance: 421
Monday, November 21, 2011
JACKSONVILLE, Ala. – The Lady Bisons got a season high 23 points from senior guard Anna Bowers and a career high 19 points from junior wing Hannah Phillips but it would not be enough as homestanding Jacksonville State downed Lipscomb 81-72 in women’s basketball action on Monday night at the Pete Matthews Coliseum in Jacksonville.
Lipscomb (0-5) held a 35-31 lead at the half but the Gamecocks (2-3)outscored the Lady Bisons 49-38 in the second stanza to pull away. Phillips led the way at the break for Lipscomb with 10 points in the first half as the Lady Bisons shot 54 percent from the floor on 13-of-24 shooting.
With the game tied at 46 with under 14 minutes to play in the second half, JSU went on a 8-0 run to give themselves a bit of a cushion. Trailing 11 later in the frame, Lipscomb would go on a run of its own as freshman post Sasha Robinson hit a jumper before junior guard Morgan Faulkner drained a three and sophomore post O’Neisha Smith hit a layup to make it a four-point game.
That is as close as the Lady Bisons would come however, as JSU would pull away in the final minutes thanks to making each of their last eight free throws.
JSU’s Brittany Manning matched Bowers with 23 points on the night to lead the Gamecocks. Destiny Lane added 19 to finish in double figures along with Briana Morrow, who scored a dozen and Danielle Vaughn, who added 10. Faulkner finished with a season-high 15 for Lipscomb to give the Lady Bisons three players in double figures.
Bolstered by their last eight makes, Jacksonville State won the battle at the charity stripe with a 76 percent night compared to Lipscomb, who shot 56 percent.
The Lady Bisons continue road action later this week participating in Vanderbilt’s Thanksgiving Tournament. Lipscomb takes on the host Commordores on Friday at 2 p.m. and then will meet up with either No. 12 Oklahoma or Liberty on Saturday afternoon.
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