EARLHAM WOMEN LOSE AT BLUFFTON
January 10, 2013Earlham College Broadcast Sports
BLUFFTON, Ohio — The Earlham College women's basketball team dropped a 72-64
decision on Wednesday at Bluffton University.
Kasin Spay scored a career-high 20 points for the Quakers in the Heartland
Collegiate Athletic Conference contest. She also had five assists and three steals.
JaLissa Watt and Emily Sells finished with 10 points each. Watt added six rebounds
and three steals.
Charvonne Long tossed in eight points and grabbed six rebounds. Raven Bryant-Willams
had six rebounds, while Bria Sneed had five assists and three steals.
Bluffton (7-7, 2-5) got off to a quick start with a 9-2 lead at the 17:45 mark of
the first half.
The Quakers were able to cut the deficit to two points on three occasions with the
last coming with 14:48 to go in the opening period.
By intermission, the Beavers held a 42-33 advantage.
In the second half, Bluffton was able to build a double digit lead before the
A 3-pointer by Spay with 5:17 left in the contest made it 64-58, but that was as
close as the Quakers to get the rest of the way.
Earlham (2-12, 1-6) is at Hanover College on Saturday. The HCAC game gets underway
at 3 p.m.