|Trinity Bible College||15||12||5||10||42|
|Feb. 7, 2017|
|Trinity Bible College||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#23 Jaylen Newman - 24||Points||#1 Kyra Dewald - 21|
|#23 Jaylen Newman - 12||Rebounds||2 Players (#21,#25,#3) - 3|
|2 Players (#1,#12) - 4||Assists||#3 Bryn Woodside - 11|
|Trinity Bible College||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|32.3% (20 - 62)||Field Goals %||51% (52 - 102)|
|5.9% (1 - 17)||3 Point Field Goals %||43.8% (21 - 48)|
|50% (1 - 2)||Free Throws||50% (6 - 12)|
|8||2nd Chance Pts||32|
Records are made to be broken, and the Jimmie women's basketball team did their part to break some Tuesday evening.
Jamestown set single-game marks in points, field goals, and three-point field goals made in a 131-42 win over Trinity Bible College. All 14 players who dressed found the scoresheet for UJ (19-4).
The 131 points tops the previous mark of 118 scored against Oglala Lakota College in 2012-13, while the 52 shots UJ made bested the old record of 49 set in 1982-83. Less than a week after tying the school record for made threes in a game, the Jimmies connected on 21, breaking the mark originally set in 2002-03.
UJ scored the first nine points of the game and already built a 20-point lead with 3:40 left in the first quarter after a three by Alexis Watts (SR/Miller, SD). Allison Jablonsky (FR/Blaine, MN)'s three-pointer gave UJ a 42-point quarter and a 25-point lead.
Another Jablonsky three pushed the Jamestown lead to 50 (71-21) with 2:12 before the half.
Trinity Bible College was held scoreless in the second half until Rebecca Olson made a basket with 3:11 left in the third. UJ, on the other hand, had scored 23 straight to open the half and was on the verge of hitting the century mark before the fourth quarter.
Lissy McCulloch (SO/Mountain Iron, MN) pushed the Jimmies over the 100-point barrier with a three-pointer coming at the 2:29 mark of the third. By that time, the only drama remaining was if Jamestown would set a new scoring record.
Kyra Dewald (SR/Jamestown, ND) led six Jimmies in double figures, finishing with 21. She also recorded five steals. Taylor Hammer (SR/Grand Forks, ND) had 15 points, six rebounds, and four assists, and Bryn Woodside (JR/Albert Lea, MN) recorded a double-double, ending with 14 points and a career-high 11 assists.
Paige Emmel (JR/Bismarck, ND) was one of three UJ reserves scoring 10 or more, as she had a career-high 18. More impressively, she scored those 18 points in just nine minutes, twenty-eight seconds. Jablonsky chipped in with 16 and McCulloch 10. Jenna Doyle (SO/Princeton, MN) and Marina Nowak (SO/Rogers, MN) led the Jimmies with eight rebounds.
Jaylen Newman led all scorers with 24 points for the Lions and finished with a double-double, grabbing 12 rebounds. Olson was also in double figures with 10.
Trinity committed 30 turnovers which led to 61 UJ points. Jamestown turned the ball over just seven times while registering 23 steals. The Jimmies also had 31 offensive rebounds out of their 59 in the game.
UJ plays a non-conference game at Grace (Neb.) on Friday before returning to conference play at Bellevue on Saturday.