Basketball (W)

Women's Basketball Sweeps Blackfeet CC and Nebraska Tech

Outscores opponents by a combined 150 points

(Miles City, MT) – The women’s basketball team came out of the Central Wyoming College Electrical Dynamics Inc. Classic with a perfect 2-0 record to currently stand at 6-1 on the season.  The women outscored Blackfeet Community College and Nebraska Technical College by a combined 150 points, defeating BCC 117-44 and NTC 106-29. 

In the women’s game versus Blackfeet Community College, all ten players scored at least seven points or more with six being in double figures.  Sophomore Ivana Domljanovic (Split, Croatia) scored 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting and also pulled down a team-high six boards in the 117-44 victory.  Taylor Henderson (Miles City) added 19 points on 6-of-8 shooting, including 5-of-7 from beyond the three-point line.  Bailey Wilson (Columbus) and Kassie Barta (Fairfield) added 17 and 14 respectively.  Freshmen Janae Reynan (Culbertson) and Tessa Rouane (Columbus) pitched in 12 and 11 respectively in the victory. 

Ivana Grbic (Belgrade, Serbia) handed out a game-high 12 assists, while Christen Lopez (West Jordan, UT) finished with eight dimes.  In the game, MCC shot 70 percent from the field on 45-of-64 shooting while holding BCC to just 38 percent. 

In the second game of the tournament, all ten players scored with six in double digits again, led by Barta and Henderson with 22 and 20 respectively.  Wilson, Reynan, Rouane, and Grbic also all finished in double figures with 14, 13, 11, and 10 respectively.  As a team, MCC shot 55 percent from the floor while holding Nebraska Tech to 27 percent shooting. 

Lopez led the team with six assists, while Rouane pulled down ten rebounds in the 106-29 blowout. 

Up next for MCC is a trip to Twin Falls, Idaho to play in the College of South Idaho Tournament.  The Pioneers will face 16th ranked Snow College on Friday and then CSI on Saturday.  CSI is currently receiving votes in the latest poll.

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