Georgetown News
Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 9, 2013

Georgetown College women's basketball played steady basketball and found some other sources to step up Saturday against College of the Ozarks. Several players were saddled with fouls, but the No. 4 Tigers showed strength in its depth in the 78-67 win.

GC got 29 points off the bench, including leading scorer Haley Armstrong with 15.

"We have a lot of great players and through foul trouble or if something isn't clicking it is nice to be able to turn to your bench and get a spark," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey.

Armstrong passed up her first open three much to the dismay of her coach, but her next three were in rhythm and nothing but net. Her first put the Tigers down three, the next put GC in front for good.

Kourtney Tyra found her rhythm in the second half and finished with 13 points as GC's lead swelled to be in the high teens, low 20s for much of the final 20 minutes.

Lizza Jonas and Devanny King rounded out the double-digit scorers with 12 each. Jonas also added a team-high seven rebounds.

Georgetown returns to action 6 pm Tuesday at Indiana Wesleyan.

 
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