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Ashland Women's Basketball Team Beats ODU

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/22/2013

After seeing their 49 game regular season winning streak end last Thursday at Findlay, the Ashland University women's basketball team has started up a new streak, winning their 51st out of their last 52 regular season games by downing Ohio Dominican 62-49, in the teams final regular season home game.

Coach Sue Ramsey said it was by no means pretty, but the team found a way to win.  One of the highlights was the return of All-American senior forward Kari Daugherty from a left knee injury.  Daugerhty scored 18 points and pulled down nine rebounds in 21 minutes of playing time.  In addition, AU's Taylor Woods scored 14, while both Lindsay Tenyak and Ashley Dorner had nine.  

The AU men's basketball team made it a clean sweep with an 84-71 win over ODU.  Evan Yates scored 30 points to lead the way backed by Plymouth grad Brook Turson's 16 as the Eagles won their sixth game in their last seven to improve to 11-12 on the season.  Both teams will finish the regular season on the road at Tiffin University this Saturday and at Lake Erie College next Saturday.   

   
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