BIDDEFORD, Maine – The Bowdoin College women's basketball team dismantled the University of New England on Tuesday evening, 106-55.
The second-ranked Polar Bears (3-0) finished four points shy of the program record for points in a game. The Nor'easters fall to 2-3 with the setback.
- After the hosts held a 2-1 lead in the opening moments, the Polar Bears took command with a 11-0 run to quickly push the lead to double figures.
- Bowdoin extended their lead to 25-7 after the first quarter and owned a 48-28 lead at halftime.
- The third period was a clinic for the Polar Bears, who outscored UNE 38-16, including five three pointers in the period alone to put the contest out of hand.
- Bowdoin led by as many as 56 points in the fourth quarter en route to the win.
By The Numbers
- Bowdoin shot a scalding 60.3% from the field in the game, including 13-25 (52%) from three-point range.
- UNE shot 36% from the field and committed 29 turnovers which Bowdoin cashed in for 37 points.
- Six different Polar Bears saw double figures and every player on the roster scored in the victory.
- Bowdoin had 32 assists on 38 made field goals in the game.
- Abby Kelly led with 17 points in just 21 minutes of action, including six rebounds and three steals.
- Taylor Choate had ten points and nine assists while Maddie Hasson scored 15 points in 12 minutes of play.
- Hannah Graham (13), Sela Kay (12) and Moira Train (10) also reached double digits.
- Bowdoin returns to action on Sunday afternoon in Morrell Gymnasium against MIT.