Lady Cavs rout Notre Dame of Maryland in CSAC opener

By Kevin Durso
December 5, 2012

The Lady Cavs already pride themselves on defense. But after a game like this, it is more than just a key component. It is a staple to their game.

The Cavaliers routed the Notre Dame of Maryland Lady Gators behind 47 percent shooting and limiting the opposition to just seven field goals in an 84-23 victory on Monday, Dec. 3.

The Lady Cavs, playing in their first CSAC game of the season, improved to 3-2 on the season.

The Lady Cavs controlled play from the beginning. With the starting lineup scoring at will, the defense held the Lady Gators to just eight first-half points while combining to score 52 for a 44-point lead at the break.

In the second half, the Lady Cavs returned with several bench players taking the floor. By the end of the game, every player on the roster had scored.

Leading the way was freshman Meghan Martin, who finished with 11 points. Junior Brittany Sandone and sophomore Amber Keys each scored 10 points.

Junior Colleen Stewart tied for a team-high six rebounds and also added six points.

As a team, the Lady Cavs combined to force 36 turnovers, including 17 steals, while adding five blocks.

Additionally, the Gators finished the game shooting just 20 percent from the floor, including four three-pointers.

After hosting Immaculata University on Wednesday night, the Lady Cavs return to action on Saturday, Dec. 8, when they travel to face Baptist Bible College. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m.

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