No. 4-ranked Fort Lewis pounds UCCS

By Doug Fitzgerald published February 12, 2011

DURANGO - The Fort Lewis Skyhawks made 17 3-pointers, the most allowed by a University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's basketball team, to roll past the Mountain Lions 85-48 Saturday evening at Whalen Gymnasium.

The long ball barrage broke the previous record of 16, set by Montana State-Billings on Nov. 15, 2009.

Mary Rose Paiz, Abby Jackson, Erika Richards and Ashley Kuchar each made three 3-pointers and accounted for 14, 11, 11 and nine points respectively. Dana Schreibvogel led the No. 4-ranked Skyhawks with 17 points. Paiz had nine rebounds and Jackson six assists.

Fort Lewis' 17 made 3-pointers were seven more than any other team has made against UCCS this season. The Skyhawks had 32 3-point attempts for a 53.1 percent accuracy mark.

The Mountain Lions, meanwhile, made just 13 field goals of any sort in Saturday's game.

Danielle Brown led UCCS (7-15, 6-12 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) with 13 points and 10 rebounds for her second double-double of the season. Her twin sister, Jessica Brown, had eight points and six rebounds.
 

 

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