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Bailie Roberts scored a team-high 11 points off the bench against Green Bay on Friday night
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Dec. 10, 2010

Final Stats

By Patrick Clark
Southeast Missouri State Sports Information

GREEN BAY, Wisc. – The Southeast Missouri State women’s basketball team saw their two-game winning streak come to end on Friday night at the hands of No. 17 Green Bay, 74-40 at the Kress Events Center.

The Phoenix (9-0) used a 19-2 run to start the second half and the Redhawks (4-6) offense stalled, scoring just 18 points in the second stanza.

The Phoenix ended the game with a 9-0 run and held the Redhawks scoreless the final 4:34.

The game was played close in the opening half as the Redhawks grabbed two separate leads.

It was just a four point game, 19-15 in favor of the Phoenix with 6:04 in the opening half. Bianca Beck (Incarnate Word/St. Louis, Mo.) scored five-straight points to get the game to that point.

The Phoenix responded 13-3 run over the next 3:24 to push the lead to 17, 35-18.

Monica Miller (Lausanne Prep/Memphis, Tenn.) scored on a jumper and Jasmine Davis (Hughes Center/Cincinnati, Ohio) converted a free throw to make it 35-22 at the half.

The Phoenix converted 25 Redhawk turnovers into 26 points and dominated the post, outscoring the Redhawks 32-14 in the paint.

The Phoenix also made 27 trips to the free throw line while the Redhawks just shot two free throws.

The Redhawks were led by Bailie Roberts (Maryville/Maryville, Tenn.) who scored 11 points off the bench. She shot 4-8 from the field and shot and made both free throws.

Beck scored eight points on 3-4 shooting while dishing out three assists and making three steals.

Davis also added eight points.

Miller led the teams with six rebounds.

Courtney Shiffer (Highland C.C./Freeport, Ill.) set a new career-high with four blocks.

The Phoenix had three players in double-figures led by Celeste Hoewisch's game-high 16 points.

The Redhawks continue their road swing on Sunday Dec. 19 in their Ohio Valley Conference road opener at Jacksonville State.


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