Myer records sixth straight double-digit scoring game in loss to Huskies

February 22, 20191st2nd3rd4thFinal
Bemidji State117151447
St. Cloud State2014221369
Stats at a GlanceBSUWSCSUWBB
FG Percentage.260 (13-50) .509 (29-57)
3P FG Percentage.133 (2-15) .250 (5-20)
FT Percentage.792 (19-24) .667 (6-9)
Offensive Rebounds810
Defensive Rebounds2031
Total Rebounds2841
Bench Points1213
PointsBachmann - 16
Dammann - 18
ReboundsBachmann - 7
Rappe - 7
Dammann - 8
AssistsMyer - 3
Doucette - 6
StealsVold - 2
Wenner - 2
Evans - 3
BlocksZerr - 1
Kilboten - 4
Myer records sixth straight double-digit scoring game in loss to Huskies
Friday, February 22, 2019
Myer records sixth straight double-digit scoring game in loss to Huskies

BEMIDJI, Minn. (BSU Gymnasium) -- Freshman guard Trinity Myer recorded her sixth straight double-digit scoring game Friday night as the Bemidji State University women’s basketball team fell at St. Cloud State University, 69-47. The Beavers, led in scoring by sophomore guard Brooklyn Bachmann with 16 points, fall to a 5-20 record overall and a 3-18 mark in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.

Myer produced the game’s first points with a 3-pointer from sophomore guard Sydney Zerr just over one minute into action. BSU missed its next five field goal attempts and gave away two turnovers to give away its only lead of the night. SCSU had gone up 14-3 before Bachmann put in the first three of her team-high 16 points to end a 14-0 run.

Following a jumper in the paint by Bachmann, three different Beavers scored to bring the team within five points of the Huskies, 20-15. BSU held SCSU to 0-for-6 during a 2:51 stretch to cut the gap. St. Cloud State flipped the script through the remainder of the first half while holding Bemidji State to 0-for-10 shooting from the field to build a 34-18 halftime lead.

The Beavers were outscored in the second half, 35-29, despite improving their field goal percentage and sinking 14-of-17 free throws in the final period. Bachmann scored eight points in each half while adding seven rebounds, tying senior forward Emma Rappe for the team lead. Myer finished with 10 points, recording her sixth straight game scoring in double figures.

Bemidji State shot 26.0 percent (13-50) from the field, 13.3 percent (2-15) from beyond the arc and 79.2 percent (19-24) from the free throw line. The Huskies outrebounded the Beavers, 41-28, and scored 36 points in the paint.

Bemidji State opens the NSIC Tournament Wednesday, Feb. 27 with a road trip to face the No. 1 seed in the south division, which is currently led by Concordia University-St. Paul.

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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).