TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound women's basketball team dominated Colorado College, 94-45, in the final day of the Pacific Northwest Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
The Loggers' 94 points ranks seventh all time in most points scored in a single game in Puget Sound women's basketball history.
Amanda Forshay and Emily Sheldon shot 8-for-9 from the field on the day. Forshay led the Loggers (7-0) in points scored with 21 while Sheldon put up 20. As a team, Puget Sound totaled 27 assists and 42 rebounds.
Defensively, the Loggers forced 25 turnovers and held Tigers (0-8) without a 3-pointer in the game.
"Today was a fantastic team win. 1-15 went into the game and maximized their minutes," said Puget Sound head coach Loree Payne. "I'm most impressed with our 27 assists as a team. We really clicked offensively together and shared the ball well."
To open the game, the Loggers went on a 15-2 run capped off by a Forshay 3-pointer. Puget Sound went on to shoot 71.9% from the field in the half and put up 53 points. At halftime, the Loggers led 53-22.
To begin the second half, the Loggers went on a 14-2 run ending with a jump shot from Erin Stumbaugh. Puget Sound wrapped up the game with 40 second half points from 11 different players.
The Loggers outplayed the Tigers in nearly every statistical category on the day in the win.
Puget Sound returns home to play on Wednesday, Dec. 10 as it hosts Evergreen State at 6pm.
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