Red Hawks lose to hot shooting Holy Names
Simpson University Sports News
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Red Hawks women's basketball team took to the court on Saturday, Jan. 14 to take on the Hawks from Holy Names University. The Red Hawks lost the game 93-75.
Holy Names was just too hot to handle for the Red Hawks. They shot 50 percent from the field, which made the difference in this game. The Red Hawks were only able to convert on 41 percent of their attempts.
Holy Names’ center Yesenia Garzon and Red Hawks' guard Tiffany Aaserude led all scorers with 14 points apiece. Soulijah Evans contributed 12 more for the Hawks in the winning effort. Aaserude got help from Charissa Murakami who had 13 points and Nichole Jones who had 12 points.
The loss drops the Red Hawks’ record to 4-13 on the season and 0-3 in the Cal Pac. Up next for the Red Hawks is a trip to take on the Warriors from William Jessup University on Thursday, Jan. 19 in Rocklin, Calif., at 5:30 p.m.
Written by Dan Anderson
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