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Women's Basketball: Terror can't keep pace with Ursinus

Carroll County Times

Ursinus doubled up McDaniel in the first half and kept the lead between 15 and 25 points for the entire second half, keying a 68-53 win Thursday in Collegeville, Pa.

Anna Mondoro led the Green Terror (9-5, 4-5 Centennial Conference) with 12 points.

Lydia Konstanzer led the Bears (9-4, 6-2) with 28 points, Aliyah Stephens added 17 points, and Gabby Downs chipped in 10.

Mondoro hit a pair of 3-pointers in the first 3:20 around a pair of Toni Suler baskets and a pair of Aliyah Stephens free throws for a 6-all deadlock. Konsantzer, however, hit a back-to-back layups to give Ursinus the lead for good.

After a Jayce Klingenberg (Manchester Valley) jumper made it a 10-8 game, Konstanzer converted on the break with 3:54 showing to spark a 6-0 burst that stretched the lead to eight en route to a 21-12 lead after the first period.

Five straight points from the Bears pushed the lead to 26-12 with 6:54 showing in the second quarter. A Mondoro triple made it a 32-18 game but Maya Kornfeld and Konstanzer each hit two free throws in the final 1:55 to make it a 36-18 score at the break.

A Stephens layup 41 seconds into the third quarter gave the hosts a 20-point lead for the first time. The third-quarter advantage swelled as large as 24 when Konstanzer hit a layup to make it 47-23 with 6:10 on the clock.

McDaniel returns to action Jan. 12 at Haverford. Game time is 1 p.m.

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