CALDWELL, NJ - Nyack College Warriors went down, 77-55, against the Caldwell College Women’s Basketball Team last night.
Midway through the first half, Caldwell’s Chelsea Loscalzo’s three-pointer brought her team to a 27-13 lead. At one point, their lead grew to 28 points over the New York team, before closing with a score of 46-25 Cougars. On her own, Torey Jones scored 13 points in the first half.
Torey Jones, senior guard from Providence, RI, studying Psychology Credit: Matt McLagan
Again, with 14:12 to play at the beginning of the second half, seven points from Jones helped bring the Cougar's lead to 57-30. A three-pointer from Warrior freshman guard Tori Trador (from Seminole, FL, studying Nursing) helped get her team closer with 5:07 remaining, but the score still stayed in Caldwell’s favor: 68-51.
Sophomore guard, Morgan Thompson, from Neptune and studying Psychology, scored a three-pointer which helped the Cougars claim the win to end the game 22 points over the Warriors.
senior guard from Providence, RI, studying Psychology
20 points - game high
sophomore forward from Wakefield, RI, studying Criminal Justice
senior center from Mahopac, NY, studying Criminal Justice
7 rebounds - team high
senior guard from Bayside, NY, studying Marketing
8 points - career high
senior center from San Antonio, TX, studying Youth Ministry
Click HERE to see the box score and play-by-play comments.
Last night’s Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) game took place in the George R. Newman Center. The Cougars record improved to 8-11 overall and 6-4 in the league, while the Warriors dropped to 0-16, 0-9 CACC.
Saturday, Jan. 26, the Cougars continue with another CACC game against Philadelphia University, beginning at 2pm, in Philadelphia, PA.
For further information:
Caldwell College Athletics
Sports Information Director
George R. Newman Center
120 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
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