Defensive effort leads CWC to victory


Riverton, WY (Nov. 19) – The Central Wyoming College women’s basketball team took care of Blackfeet Community College 74-22 in the second night of the Electrical Dynamics Classic. They held the Lady Pikuini Thunder to only seven points in the first half.


Brynn Foster, sophomore from Nibley, UT and Jacki Nicholson, sophomore from Sydney, Australia lead the Lady Rustlers with 11 points each. Mountain View, WY native, freshman Emily Smith had 10 points. Sophomore Randi Prosenick from Wright had 10 rebounds to go with her eight points on the night.


“The Ladies did a really good job of following the game plan tonight. We did a great job of defensive rebounding and on offense moving the ball for a good open shot. Our sophomores are doing a very good job of being leaders out on the court and its showing,” Coach Serol Stauffenberg commented.


With the win the Lady Rustlers record now stands at 4- 0 on the season. The Lady Rustlers will now be off until they depart to play in the Miles City Community College Classic Friday and Saturday, December 2 and 3. The Lady Rustlers will be taking on the University of Great Falls and Western Montana College, both of the NAIA Frontier Conference.


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