HOW IT HAPPENED
• Young also registered four rebounds
and three assists.
• Sophomore forward Ornela
Livramento (Pawtucket, RI) finished with 11 points, a game-high
14 rebounds, three assists and three steals. Sophomore center
Jessica Brielmaier (West Greenwich, RI) finished with five
points and seven boards.
• UMD junior forward Nakira
Examond (New Bedford, MA) finished with a game-high 16 points to
go along with eight rebounds.
• Senior forward Alicia Kutil
(Franklin, MA) posted a double-double with 10 points and 11
boards to go along with three assists, a block and a pair of steals.
• With the game tied, 4-4, UMD ripped
off eight straight points to go up, 12-4, with 4:56 left in the
first quarter. A three-pointer by senior guard Leah Douty
(Framingham, MA) gave the Corsairs a 10-point, 18-8, lead with
2:25 remaining. RIC scored the next five points to go into the first
intermission down by six, 18-12.
• The second quarter saw RIC climb
within three, 20-17, on a senior guard Jessa Rubera (Newton, MA)
jumper, with 7:04 left. UMB increased its lead to eight, 30-22,
on a Examond layup at the 2:21 mark. A pair of free throws by junior
guard Margaret McCaffrey (East Greenwich, RI) trimmed it to a
one possession game, by UMD sophomore guard Ashley Brown
(Fairhaven, MA) sank two free throws to close out the half and
stake the visitors to a 33-27 lead.
• UMD kept RIC down by double digits
for most of the third quarter. A layup by RIC senior guard Amber
DeCristofaro (Smithfield, RI) cut the deficit to seven, 39-46,
but UMD junior guard Jess Korzec (West Brookfield, MA) sent
the Corsair into the final frame with a nine point, 48-39,
• RIC would get no closer than 10
points in the final period as the Corsairs stayed unbeaten in league
play on the season.
BY THE NUMBERS
• RIC shot 25 percent (15-for-16)
from the field, 13 percent (2-for-16) from beyond the three-point
stripe and 68 percent (13-for-19) from the free throw line.
• UMD shot 41 percent (24-for-58)
from the field, 31 percent (4-for-13) from downtown and 47 percent
(9-for-19) from the charity stripe.
• The Corsairs held a slight
advantage in rebounding, 45-43, and turned the ball over 15 times
compared to RIC’s 18 miscues.