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WBB: at Ohio State University 12/3, 1 pm

PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 1:54 am
by Tom Nolette
WBB: at Ohio State University

Re: WBB: at Ohio State University 12/3, 1 pm

PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 2:23 pm
by bcbc55
DISAPPOINTING, as game was not automatically available on line as you had to sign in and it did not work. Maine trails 68-53 in the 4th quarter. Brosseau has 26 points. Maine plus shooting the 3 very well. 11 for 33 for 33.3%. Millan and Sutton with 13 points each.

Final Box Score" OS 83 Maine 70
.........1..2..3..4
Maine..8.24.45.70
O.S....16,35,63.83

Scoring leaders" Maine Brosseau career high 29 points on 7 3's ties the record for 3's in a game, Sutton double double 18 career high points and 11 rebounds and Millan 13.

Ohio State: Mavunga 26, Calhoun 16, Harper 13, Michell 11.

FG%: Maine 27-64 42.2% OS 33-68 48.5%
3p%: Maine 14-35 40.0% OS 7-26 26.9%
FS%: Maine 2-3 66.7% OS 10-15 66.7%
Rebounds Maine 33 OS 44
Fouls: Maine 17 OS 10
Assists: Maine 17 OS 19
3 point attempts % of FGAs: Maine 35 of 64 54.7% OS 26-68 38.3%
Turnovers 17 each
Points in Paint OS 46 Maine 20
Bench points OS 11 Maine 2

Maine drops to 4 and 8th ranked nationally Ohio State goes to 8-2.

Maine's next game is Tuesday, December 5th at 5:00pm at home versus D-3 in state team Maine Maritime Academy as the first game of a double header as the Maine men host in state Maine system D-3 UMPI at 7:30pm.

Re: WBB: at Ohio State University 12/3, 1 pm

PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 3:00 pm
by mainah57
bcbc55 wrote:DISAPPOINTING, as game was not automatically available on line as you had to sign in and it did not work. Maine trails 68-53 in the 4th quarter. Brosseau has 26 points. Maine plus shooting the 3 very well. 11 for 33 for 33.3%. Millan and Sutton with 13 points each.


Regarding the streaming availability - yeah, it unfortunately seems that not all non-conference games are available for free on ESPN3. This one was only available via the Big Ten Network (or via BTN2Go for $10).

Final score - 83-70, Ohio State. Definitely not an awful showing against the #8 team in the country. Brosseau on fire with a career high 29 points. Sutton giving 110% effort as always and ending up with a double-double.

Held Mitchell (arguably one of the best players in NCAAW basketball right now) to 11 points, but that Mavunga girl was deadly for us.

KJ looking like our best reliable big at this point. Fanny may have the higher offensive ceiling, but KJ has been huge on the boards lately. As mentioned in the post-game interview with Don, even if KJ isn't a big scorer for us, it seems her role has been a bit more clearly carved out as of lately and she seems to be playing with more confidence.

Re: WBB: at Ohio State University 12/3, 1 pm

PostPosted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 3:34 pm
by duke11
Mavunga was a highly recruited player and She ended up going to North Carolina out of high school and transferred when the UNC women’s team had a mass exodus with academic scandal looming.

Re: WBB: at Ohio State University 12/3, 1 pm

PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:14 am
by Tom Nolette
Brosseau Ties UMaine Record with Seven Three Point FGs in Loss at No. 8 Ohio State
Brosseau with career-high 29 points

Columbus, Ohio -- Julie Brosseau poured in a career-high 29 points and tied the University of Maine single-game 3-point field goal record with seven makes in a 83-70 loss at No. 8 Ohio State on Sunday afternoon.

Brosseau, who now has recorded 20 or more points in each of her last two outings, ties Lauren Bodine and Tanna Ross for the UMaine school record of seven made 3-point field goals. Tanesha Sutton tallied her third double-double of the year, matching a career-high effort with 18 points while adding 11 rebounds. Blanca Millan added her seventh double-digit performance of the year with 13 points.

Ohio State entered the game ranked sixth in the nation in scoring offense (90.2) points per game with the nation's leading scorer in Kelsey Mitchell (27.3). However, Maine's defensive effort was able to hold the Buckeyes under their season average in scoring and limited Mitchell to just 11 points on 3-for-15 shooting.

Stephanie Mavunga, who recorded the 1000th rebound of her career in the contest, led the way for the Buckeyes with 26 points and 16 rebounds on 11-of-12 shooting.

Despite a few offensive lulls in the first half, the Black Bears were able to hold tough throughout the second. Maine shot 18-for-36 (50.0) over the final 20-minutes, outscoring the Buckeyes 25-20 in the final quarter.

The Black Bears led very early in the game and trailed by just a pair with 5:56 to play in the first quarter. However, the Black Bears would go cold from the field as they were held scoreless over a 7:14 margin midway through the first until the 8:42 mark in the second quarter. During that stretch, the Buckeyes built an 18-8 lead with an 8-0 run.

Following a Brosseau 3-pointer, the offense would again go cold for Maine as Ohio State responded with a 7-0 run, extending its lead out to 24-11.

With Maine trailing by 14 late in the half, a jumper from Brosseau start a 5-0 run which saw Blanca Millan knock down a 3-pointer to bring Maine back within nine.

The teams would enter the break with Maine trailing, 35-24.

The Black Bears were unable to shrink the deficit below nine in the third. A 9-0 run midway through the quarter by the Buckeyes swelled the lead out to 18.

Ohio State took its largest lead of the game (20), with 3:53 remaining.

There was no quit in the Black Bears who ended the game with a 7-0 run but ran out of time, dropping the non-conference contest by an 83-70 final.

The Black Bears return home on Tuesday, Dec. 5 when they host Maine Maritime at 5 p.m. as part of a men's and women's doubleheader at the Cross Insurance Center. Following the women's game, the Black Bears will welcome fans for the annual Meet The Black Bears event, presented by Dominos. For more information on the event, please click HERE.

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