Athletic News

February 10, 2011
For immediate release:

Huntingdon College
News Release

Lady Hawks Score Season-High Points, 77-55, Against Judson 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. --- Sophomore Devin Douglas' career-high 20 points helped the Lady Hawks (9-13) cruise to a, 77-55, victory over Judson College (6-11) on Thursday evening in Roland Arena.

Eleven Lady Hawks registered points in the one-sided win. Senior Ashton Salter added 12 points and junior LaTerial Williams added 11. The Lady Hawks finished 30-of-73 (41.1 percent) from the field to Judson's 23.6 percent (17-of-72).

The Lady Hawks opened the contest up 7-1 before the Eagles cut the margin down to one point with 16:28 remaining in the first half. Huntingdon would never trail by less than double digits after its seven minute 19-0 run, 26-6.

Senior Chalise Hopkin's free throw ended the Lady Hawks 2 ½ minute scoring drought (5:23-2:58), giving Huntingdon the 38-10 advantage. Judson's Sarah Fowler's three-pointer with 30 seconds left ended the Eagles five minute scoring slump, while Huntingdon took a 41-13 lead into intermission.

Sophomore Devin Douglas led the Lady Hawks with 10 points at the break while Huntingdon shot 42.5 percent (11-of-35) from the field, compared to Judson's 10.8 percent (4-of-37).

Huntingdon's 43 point lead in the second half was cut down to 22 points, after the Eagles' offense woke up from only scoring 13 points in the first half. Judson outscored the Lady Hawks 42-36 in the final period. The Eagles were out-rebounded 59-44, while junior Whitney Toole paced Huntingdon with 12 rebounds on the night.

Sarah Fowler led the Eagles with a game-high 24 points, followed by Darshae White's 10.

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Hodge Patterson
Sports Information Director
Phone: (334) 833-4579
hpatterson@huntingdon.edu


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