Lady Rustlers post solid victory against Rams

 

Riverton, WY (January 28) – The Central Wyoming College women’s basketball team defeated Little Big Horn College 98-70 on Saturday. With the win the Lady Rustlers move their record to 9–10 on the year and 2–6 in conference play.

 

The Lady Rustlers were led by Rock Springs sophomore Courtney Patterson with 28 points and four assists.  Rock Springs freshman Porsha Wadsworth had 16 points, while Australian sophomore Jacki Nicholson had 14 points. Spanish Fork, UT sophomore Brynlie Nielsen had eight points and led the team with nine rebounds tonight.

 

“I’m very happy for our ladies that they were able to get a solid win tonight. Everyone contributed tonight.  I can’t really single one or two people out because we had a very good team effort from everyone. Now we need to build on this as we get ready for our rematch with Northwest on Wednesday,”  Coach Serol Stauffenberg said.

 

The Lady Rustlers travel to Northwest College Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m.  This will be the second match up of the year between the teams with the Lady Trappers pulling off a 49–41 victory in December.  The Lady Trappers are 11–10 on the year and 3–5 in conference play. The game can be seen live over the internet on Northwest College’s web site.

 

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