CENTREVILLE–Muskegon Community College Women’s Basketball program went on the road for a conference match-up with Glen Oaks Community College on Monday evening and came home with a 92-60 win.
The Jayhawks scored 90-points for the second consecutive game.
MCC had a balanced scoring attack with five players hitting for double digits led by Julia Tierman (Mona Shores) with 25 points to go with 9 assists. Suzan Sisman (Marselisborg) hit for 21 points.
The Jayhawks jumped out to a 21-12 lead after the first ten minutes of play.
The middle two quarters saw MCC put the game away as they outscored the Vikings by 20 in those twenty minutes of play.
MCC held a 27-17 scoring advantage in the second stanza to into the halftime break with a 48-29 lead.
The Jayhawks continued to increase there lead racking up 29 third quarter points to the Vikings 19.
MCC held a slim 15-12 fourth quarter advantage.
“Great win on the road. Our shooting from outside finally kicked in for us. I hope it continues moving forward,” said Jayhawks head coach Jason Cooper.
Other Jayhawks hitting for double digits included Calla Miller (Fremont) with 16 points and 3 steals Trina Lewis (Reeths-Puffer) chipped in with 10 points, while grabbing 4 rebounds, and dishing out 4 assists. Karleigh Jeffries (Whitehall) tossed in 11 points and hauled down 9 rebounds
MCC improves to 13-4 overall and 7-3 in conference action. The Jayhawks will take the court again on Wednesday, Feb. 2 at home with a rematch with Mid-Michigan at 5:30 pm.
Pringle scores 22 as Jayhawks cruise past Ancilla College 90-55
Muskegon Community College Women’s basketball team went on an early Saturday morning road trip to Ancilla College for a conference match-up with the Chargers.
MCC didn’t have as strong of a start that they anticipated but they still managed to return home with a big 90-55 win with Mariah Pringle (Brethren) leading the way for the Jayhawks with a team high 22 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocked shots.
MCC raced out to a 23-15 lead after the first ten minutes of action.
The Jayhawks put the game out of reach during the next twenty minutes of action, outscoring the Chargers 22-9 in the second stanza and 27-14 in the third quarter.
MCC and Ancilla would play pretty even ball in the final ten minutes, 18-17 in the Jayhawks favor.
“Great win on the road, we keep getting better. We need to keep moving in this positive direction,” said Jayhawks head coach Jason Cooper.
Joining Pringle in double figures were Suzan Sisman (Marselisborg) with 15 points and 5 assists, Calla Miller (Fremont) tossed in 12 points and dished out 3 assists and Karleigh Jeffries (Whitehall) chipped in with 11 points and hauled down 9 rebounds.