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AU Eagles Breeze Past Hillsdale

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/19/2013

Without Kari Daugherty who missed the game due to a knee injury suffered on Thursday against Findlay, the AU women's basketball team still rolled past Hillsdale in GLIAC play at Kates Gymnasium on Saturday 80-51.  The Eagles Daiva Gerbec led five AU players in double figures with 20 points, Alyssa Miller had 12, Lindsay Tenyak had 11, Ashley Dorner and Taylor Woods each had ten, Noelle Yoder had nine.  In rebounding, the Eagles held a big edge out boarding the Chargers 46-21, 18-3 on the offensive end.

Hillsdale was led by Sarah Theut scored 15, Megan Fogt ten.  With the win Ashland U. improves to 19-0 in all games, 12-0 in GLIAC play.   Hillsdale drops to 6-9, 3-9 in conference.  Of note, more will be known about Dauerghty's knee injury on Monday after an MRI.  Number one ranked AU will be back on the court again in GLIAC play on Thursday at Ohio Dominican.  The Eagles will be back home again on Saturday afternoon against Tiffin University. 

   
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