FREDERICK, Md. - The Marymount University women's basketball team kept the offensive momentum rolling on Monday night, throttling to its second-straight 20-plus victory, topping Hood College, 78-53.
Behind 51.7-percent shooting as a team, the Saints (4-2) used a 49-point first half to put away the game early while holding the Blazers (1-4) to just 24 points. A big part of the offensive prowess was junior guard Regan Lohr, notching her third 20-plus point performance with a game-high 24 points. She shot 8-for-12 from the floor, and added a team-high four assists and game-high four steals.
Not far behind her was freshman Katie McShea, putting away 18 points on 61.5-percent shooting. This is her fifth double-digit scoring game out of the six this season. She added a game-high eight rebounds and three assists.
Senior Tyffani McQueen also connected on a double-digit scoring night with 12 points on 5-for-9 shooting including two three-pointers.
With nine Saints seeing time in the game, all contributed on the offensive end with freshman Karon Williams scoring her first collegiate points, ending the night with three points.
The women return home for a tilt against a former conference rival on Wednesday, November 28, welcoming Salisbury University to the Converse Family Fieldhouse. The Saints will look to hand the Sea Gulls their first loss of the season (4-0), starting at 6 p.m.