BOSTON, Mass. — The Keuka College Women's Basketball team earned a 91-45 victory over Dean College in the consolation game of the Emerson College Tournament.
A duo of Wolves each surpassed 20 points for Keuka College (2-1). Sophomore Brianna Legacy (Bennington, Vt. / Mount Anthony Union) led the Wolves with 21 points in the win while senior Lauren Anten (Rochester, N.Y. / Hilton) had 20 points. Fellow senior Jariah Johnson (New York, N.Y. / Frederick Douglas) continued her hot start with 17 points, a career-high 20 rebounds, and a career-high seven blocks in the win.
Keuka College 91 vs. Dean College 45
After an even start, the Wolves scored 13 unanswered points to build a 17-4 lead over the Bulldogs. After a three by Dean to snap the run, Riley Record (Palmyra, N.Y. / Palmyra-Macedon) scored four points in the final minute of the quarter as the Green and Gold led 21-7 after one.
Keuka College continued to push the offense, scoring the first seven points of the second quarter. The Wolves maintained a near 20-point margin for most of the quarter. In the final seconds, Lauren Anten grabbed an offensive rebound and laid it in as the Wolves took a 39-17 lead into halftime.
The Green and Gold continued to control the play in the third quarter. Keuka College totaled 24 points in the frame and went to the fourth quarter holding a 63-30 lead.
The fourth quarter would prove to be the best scoring quarter of the day for Keuka College. The Wolves scored 28 points in the frame with six different players recording a field goal. Keuka College would continue onto the 91-45 victory.
- Sunday was the first ever game between Keuka College and Dean College
- The 21 points by Legacy set a new career-high for the sophomore
- Jariah Johnson tied the school record with seven blocks in the game
- Keuka College did a great job sharing the ball on Sunday. All five starters had three assists in the game
- The Bulldogs were limit by the Keuka defense to just 24.3% from the field as they went 17-70
- The Green and Gold made 26 free throws as a team, the seventh-most in a game in program history
- The Wolves were +23 on the boards, out-rebounding Dean 60-37
Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves will have a small break for the Thanksgiving holiday before returning to action. Keuka College will host St. John Fisher College on Tuesday, November 27 at the JMW Recreation and Athletics Center. Tipoff between the Wolves and the Cardinals is set for 7pm.