MARIAH BROWN REACHES SEASON BEST 19 POINTS; MATTESON, LOGEMANN, & TALLMAN ALL NET DOUBLE FIGURES
LINKS: Box Score
ORANGEBURG, NY – The Nyack Warriors women's basketball team played in their final game of the season on Tuesday evening as Nyack traveled to face Dominican College in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) North Division contest.
Nyack would be down by as many as seventeen and managed to trim the deficit to six later in the second half. Despite the comeback, the Lady Chargers regained momentum to take the 81-73 victory at home on their senior night as Nyack drops to 7-12 in league play to conclude their regular season standings.
Score: Nyack 73 | DC 81
Records: Nyack (8-18, 7-12 CACC) | DC (12-14, 10-9 CACC)
Location: Hennessy Center | Orangeburg, NY
Inside The Game
This week's CACC Honorable Mention, Audrey Matteson (Monticello, IN) led Nyack with a team-high 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting and converted 6-of-10 from the free-throw line to go with a team high 11 rebounds and 7 assists. Warrior Meghan Richards (Nanuet, NY) also yanked down 11 boards to tie her career best on the year. Junior Mariah Brown (Stockton, CA) scored 13 of her season-best 19 points in the second half, which included shooting 3-for-4 from three-point range, 7-of-12 from the field, while converting 2-of-4 from the charity strip. From tremendous off the bench, Nyack sophomore Jessica Logemann (Seminole, FL) recorded 11 points and senior Ashley Tallman (Rotterdam, NY) chipped in with 10 points respectively. On the Dominican side, forward Nicole Welton led all scorers with 21 points, forward Lisa Bouffard recorded 14 points, and KC Jentzen tallied 12 rebunds.
Words From Coach
"I am encouraged by the finish we had. We certainly took steps this year in the right direction. I'm proud of the seniors and excited for the younger players who got valuable experience this year. I'm indebted to passionate hardworking staff who continues to amaze me with their contributions. The future for Warrior Women's Hoops is bright," said Head Coach David Julien.
The top-4 seeds of the north and south move on to the women's CACC Championship Tournament. Nyack (8-18, 7-12 CACC) did not qualify for the quarterfinals however improve to a 6th place CACC North Division standing as the Warriors now conclude their regular season schedule. Be sure to check back for post-season awards and a season review in the upcoming future on Nyack.edu/athletics
LIKE Nyack College Athletics on facebook
LIKE Nyack College Women's Basketball on facebook
Follow @NyackWarriors on Twitter
Follow @NyackCollegeWBB on Twitter