Arrington, Sheley reach 20 points each in Women's Hoops loss to Huskies

December 03, 20161st2nd3rd4th1OT 2OT Final
Bemidji State20192227712107
St. Cloud State University19252222716111
Stats at a GlanceBSUWSCSU
FG Percentage.393 (35-89) .488 (40-82)
3P FG Percentage.324 (12-37) .321 (9-28)
FT Percentage.714 (25-35) .786 (22-28)
Offensive Rebounds2512
Defensive Rebounds3434
Total Rebounds5946
Bench Points4610
PointsSheley - 26
MacDonald - 42
ReboundsPelzer - 11
Nooker - 10
AssistsPelzer - 8
Nooker - 6
Thomas - 6
StealsCordes - 3
Christianson - 3
BlocksPelzer - 2
Thomas - 2
Arrington, Sheley reach 20 points each in Women's Hoops loss to Huskies
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Arrington, Sheley reach 20 points each in Women's Hoops loss to Huskies

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (Halenbeck Hall) -- Senior guard Tatum Sheley and freshman center Sydney Arrington each scored over 20 points Saturday night in Bemidji State University women's basketball's 111-107 double overtime loss to St. Cloud State University in Halenbeck Hall. The Beavers (3-3, 0-2 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference) came back after trailing by as many as 14 points to force overtime and hold a lead in the first overtime period.

The scoring output was the fifth highest in program history and it was just the second loss in 16 100-point games for BSU. Arrington, Sheley and senior guard Aimee Pelzer accounted for 60 percent of the team’s scoring, led by Sheley with a career high 26 points. Arrington added 23 and Pelzer recorded her first double-double of the season with 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Bemidji State opened the game with a 10-3 run for its largest lead of the night. The Huskies came back to tie the game at 13 apiece and the score remained within four points until SCSU led, 44-39, at halftime. The Beavers fell into a hole in the second half, facing a 14-point deficit with six minutes remaining in regulation. Arrington began a 24-8 run to give Bemidji State a lead with 25 seconds left in the game. Junior forward Katie Miller recorded a steal to set up senior guard Allison Cordes with free throw opportunities. She sank both to give BSU an 88-86 lead. The Huskies also made two free throws with 14 seconds in regulation to force overtime.

Pelzer gave the Beavers a 94-92 lead with two free throws and Arrington extended that lead with one free throw. St. Cloud State converted an and-one opportunity to tie the game and head into double overtime. The Huskies opened up the final period with two quick scores and a four-point lead. Bemidji State was not able to tie the game or retake the lead as the Beavers finished with two losses in the conference-opening weekend.

BSU shot 39.3 percent from the field and 32.4 percent from behind the arc, led by Sheley with four 3-pointers. Bemidji State finished 25-for-35 from the free throw line. The Beavers outrebounded the Huskies, 59-46, and scored 30 second chance points

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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooded region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, Bemidji State University sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).