Myer gets second straight double-double in 72-66 loss to William Jewell

November 16, 20191st2nd3rd4thFinal
Bemidji St.1414182066
William Jewell1614231972
Stats at a GlanceBSUWJC
FG Percentage.418 (23-55) .371 (23-62)
3P FG Percentage.350 (7-20) .316 (6-19)
FT Percentage.813 (13-16) .625 (20-32)
Offensive Rebounds1115
Defensive Rebounds3021
Total Rebounds4136
Bench Points2715
PointsHeittola - 13
Offield - 17
Bradley - 17
ReboundsMyer - 10
Bradley - 9
AssistsZerr - 6
Fisher - 2
StealsZerr - 2
Fisher - 4
BlocksWolhowe - 3
Tolson - 1
Offield - 1
Myer gets second straight double-double in 72-66 loss to William Jewell
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Myer gets second straight double-double in 72-66 loss to William Jewell

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Stewart Center) -- Sophomore guard Trinity Myer recorded her second straight double-double to open the season as the Bemidji State University women's basketball team fell to William Jewell, 72-66, Saturday afternoon at the USF Classic. The Beavers gave away 22 turnovers to move to 1-1 overall despite outshooting the Cardinals, 41.8 to 37.1 percent, from the field.

Sophomore forward Claire Wolhowe connected from 3-point range on BSU’s first two scores of the game to give the team a 6-2 lead, while junior center Taylor Bray extended it to six, 8-2, with a layup less than one minute after. The Cardinals came back to take the lead and held it until early in the second quarter when BSU went on an 8-2 run. Junior forward Gabby Dubois scored six of BSU’s eight points during the run to help give it a two-point, 20-18, advantage.

In the third quarter, the Beavers came back from a nine-point deficit over a five-minute span to take the lead back. Although it was the final lead of the night for BSU, three Beavers scored during a 12-2 run that ended with two minutes to play in the quarter. BSU again battled back from a deficit while even outscoring WJC in the fourth quarter, 20-19, but came within only four points the rest of the way on free throws from Myer with 34 seconds remaining.

Myer finished with 10 points and a team-high 10 rebounds while freshman center Rachael Heittola was one rebound shy of a double-double with 13 points and nine rebounds off the bench. Junior guard Sydney Zerr also reached double-digit scoring with 10 points while adding a team-best six assists.

Bemidji State returns to the court for its home opener Tuesday, Nov. 19 with a meeting against Valley City State University. The Beavers and Vikings will tip-off at 7 p.m. from the BSU Gymnasium.

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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).