Georgetown News
Women's Basketball - Fri, Dec. 9, 2011

With an injury-shortened bench, Georgetown College women's basketball team ran out of gas against Olivet Nazarene, which plays a completely different style, Friday in the Shawnee Classic.

Jessica Waddle blistered the nets for a career-high and game-high 29 points. The senior was 10-of-20 from the field, including 5-of-9 from deep, but it was not enough in a 108-92 loss in Portsmouth, Ohio.

The No. 21 Tigers fall to 9-3 on the season and have about 15 hours to rest and regroup for a tough Notre Dame College team at noon.

ONU plays an uptempo game, taking a hockey approach to substitutions. Olivet played 16 people, 11 of which got an average of 16 minutes with the most getting 19.Georgetown played eight people, seven of which played a half or more.

Devanny King scored 19 points, while Chelsey Johnson came off the bench with 12 for the Tigers. ONU had four double-digit scorers, led by Danielle Tolbert's 19. King also had 20 rebounds as GC won the battle 65-44.

 
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