Lakers Women Loss Tough Ones in GLIAC Action on the Road

The Lake Superior State women’s basketball team fell to Northwood, 78-61, Saturday December 9th in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference match – up.

The Lakers fall to 0-8 overall with the loss with a 0-4 mark in the GLIAC competition. The Timberwolves improve to 6-3, 3-1.

LSSU finished the game shooting 39.6 percent from the field with a 25 percent mark from three-point range. NU shot 44.4 and 27.3 percent on the afternoon.

The Lakers held a, 34-32, rebounding advantage in the loss but committed 15 turnovers compared to the four given up by the Timberwolves.

Senior forward Tamara Novic led Lake State offensively with 17 points on a perfect 7-of-7 performance from the field.

Natalie Peterson led the way on the glass posting a season-high eight rebounds to go along with nine points offensively.

Lindsay Orwat led the Northwood offense with 28 points. Maddy Seely posted 16 points.

The Lakers return to Bud Cooper Gymnasium December 16th as they host Ferris State in GLIAC competition. LSSU welcomes Algoma (Ontario) December 29 in non-conference play.

The Lake Superior State women’s basketball team fell to Saginaw Valley State, 64-52, Thursday December 7th in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference match – up.

With the loss, the Lakers fall to 0-7 overall on the season and 0-3 in GLIAC competition. The Cardinals improve 1-8, 1-2.

LSSU finished the game shooting 34.5 percent from the field and 60 percent from three-point range. SVSU shot 39.3 and 25 percent. The Cardinals held a, 45-34, advantage on the glass.

Sophomore guard Claire Radtke led the Lake State offense with 16 points and was 4-of-6 from behind the arc.

Lexie Kohn led the team in rebounding with a season-high seven boards on the night. Kohn and Courtney Jacobsen each tallied nine points in the loss.

Abby Duffy and Laurel Jacqmain led the way for the Saginaw Valley posting 16 points respectively. Jacqmain led the team in rebounds with eight.

Source: LSSU Athletics

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