|Mount Vernon Nazarene (Oh 9-16, 3-10 CL||6||16||16||19||3||60|
|Spring Arbor (Mich.) 12-13, 3-10 CL||8||16||15||18||16||73|
|Feb. 1, 2017|
|Spring Arbor, MI|
|Mount Vernon Nazarene (Oh||Indv. Leaders||Spring Arbor (Mich.)|
|#1 Kaela Seiler - 16||Points||#21 Kylie Townsley - 22|
|#50 Megan Beidelman - 18||Rebounds||#34 Rachel Driesenga - 13|
|#12 Dani Ellerbrock - 4||Assists||#3 Karly Bender - 5|
|Mount Vernon Nazarene (Oh||Team Statistics||Spring Arbor (Mich.)|
|33.8% (23 - 68)||Field Goals %||36.5% (23 - 63)|
|25% (4 - 16)||3 Point Field Goals %||41.7% (5 - 12)|
|71.4% (10 - 14)||Free Throws||88% (22 - 25)|
|11||2nd Chance Pts||6|
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – The Mount Vernon Nazarene University women's basketball team dropped a tightly battled Crossroads League match in overtime Wednesday night as the Lady Cougars fell at Spring Arbor University. The loss came despite a career-high 16 points from freshman Kaela Seiler.
- Final Score: MVNU 60 | SAU 73 (OT)
- Records: MVNU 9-16 (3-10) | SAU 12-13 (3-10)
- Megan Beidelman – 15 points, 18 rebounds
- Kaela Seiler – 16 points, 2 rebounds
- Sierra Basista – 13 points, 2 steals
- It was a back and forth contest, featuring 10 ties and 12 lead changes.
- Freshman Kaela Seiler got going in the second quarter, scoring eight of her career-high 16 points in the period. Spring Arbor held a 24-22 edge at the half.
- Spring Arbor built a six-point cushion with 3:44 in the third period, their largest lead in regulation, but a pair of baskets from Seiler quickly reduced that lead to one, 39-38, by the end of the period.
- Six different MVNU players scored in the fourth quarter, giving MVNU a three-point lead with 29 seconds remaining in regulation. Autumn Goggin hit the game-tying three for SAU to send the game to overtime.
- It would be all Spring Arbor in the extra period, outscoring MVNU 16-3 over the final five minutes of play and securing the victory.
- Kylie Townsley led SAU with 22 points while collecting nine rebounds.
NEXT FOR THE LADY COUGARS
MVNU returns home to Ariel Arena for a Crossroads League matchup with Taylor University Saturday at 1 p.m.