AREA ROUNDUP ; UC Women Down West Virginia State 79-65

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AREA ROUNDUP ; UC Women Down West Virginia State 79-65


reports, From, Charleston Gazette Mail


The University of Charleston women's basketball team got out to a good start and was able to pick up a 79-65 victory over visiting West Virginia State Thursday night in Mountain East Conference play. The Golden Eagles wasted no time out of the gates against a Yellow Jackets team that has been one of the league's best and most consistent offensive teams. Behind 16 of Jordyn Peck's 27 points, UC took a 49-30 lead going into halftime and kept its foot on the gas for the rest of the game.

UC outscored the Yellow Jackets 29-14 in the second quarter. The Golden Eagles shot 80 percent during that stretch while limiting WVSU to making just four of its 16 attempts.

Charleston (6-11, 5-6 MEC) got double-doubles from freshman Anna Hayton, who finished with 11 points and 13 rebounds, and Darian Apperson, who tallied 11 points with 10 boards. Abby Watson also scored 14 points for the Golden Eagles.

West Virginia State (8-9, 6-5) was by Shae Hines' 21 points.

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GOLF DATES: The West Virginia Golf Association announced United States Golf Association championship qualifying dates for 2017. …

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