#ASunWBB Four Teams Improve to 2-0 in the Conference

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

MACON, Ga. – Stetson, Jacksonville, FGCU and North Florida improved its record to 2-0 in today's A-Sun action, while USC Upstate grabbed a win at home vs. ETSU in its conference-opener.

The Hatters Victoria McGowan recorded a career-high 33 points to help overcome a 12 point deficit to defeat Kennesaw State.

Three A-Sun players pulled down 12 rebounds in their contests.

Women's Basketball Contests
• Stetson 57, Kennesaw State 52
• Jacksonville 58, Lipscomb 45
• FGCU 70, Mercer 41
• North Florida 59, Northern Kentucky 55
• USC Upstate 90, ETSU 79

Top-Three Points
1. Victoria McGowan, Stetson - 33 points
2. Betsy Adams, FGCU - 20 points
3. Hannah Ohl, USC Upstate - 19 points

Top-Three Rebounds
T1. Tracie Sneed, Jacksonville - 12 rebounds
T1. Destiny Mitchell, ETSU - 12 rebounds
T1. Shanasa Sanders, Stetson - 12 rebounds

Top-Three Assists
1. Tee'Ara Copney, USC Upstate - 8 assists
2. Joyce Iamstrong, FGCU - 7 assists
3. Kelli Smith, Lipscomb - 5 assists

Top Steals
1. Fabiola Josil, North Florida - 5 steals
T2. Four tied with 3 steals

Top Blocks
T1. Sasha Sims, Stetson - 4 blocks
T1. Ronisha Mitchell, Jacksonville - 4 blocks
T3. Jess Reece, Lipscomb - 3 blocks
T3. Maria Bond, ETSU - 3 blocks

Women's hoops returns to action on Saturday, January 5th with five games on the schedule.

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