BC WOMEN RUNNING HOT, THEN COLD
Bellevue College women turned in another tight team win Weds., Jan., 20, this time against visiting Whatcom CC, defeating the Orcas by a score of 79-42. The Bulldogs led 46-10 at halftime, shooting nearly 55% from the field. Alisha Love turned in a great performance with 16 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Also posting double-digit points for the Bulldogs were Maddie Miller, with 14; Tiffany Shen, 12; and Kelly Sutherland, 11. “Sharing the ball and attacking the basket has been working well for this team,” said assistant coach Alysse Carlson.
However, when Bellevue hosted the home game, Sat., Jan. 23, against Everett, a tired Bulldog crew took the floor. Though Love contributed 17 points and the teams were tied at halftime, by the second half the Bulldogs were running out of steam, shooting only 30% from the field. Bellevue’s Miller pulled down a team-high 10 rebounds. When the final buzzer sounded, it marked Bellevue’s first North Division loss 51-65.
Weds., Jan. 27, the Bulldogs (6-1, 11-6) head to Edmonds for a match-up with the Tritons (5-2, 7-8) at 5:00 p.m. Then, back to BC for a home game Sat., Jan. 30, against Shoreline (0-7, 1-14) at 4:00 p.m. Saturday’s game will be televised live on BC Channel 28.
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