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Mules Go Cold in Second Half vs. Terror

The Muhlenberg women’s basketball team made only four field goals in
Aril Bryant
A two-time selection to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll, Bryant ranks 11th all-time with 183 assists.
the second half and suffered a 75-53 home loss to defending Centennial Conference champion McDaniel in its next-to-last game of the season.

The Mules (11-13, 7-10), who honored seniors Gwen Doyle and Aril Bryant prior to the game, did most of their scoring by threes in the first half, hitting six three-pointers and adding two “old-fashioned” three-point plays. Doyle played a big part, hitting three three-pointers, the last of which gave Muhlenberg its biggest lead, 25-17, with 5:39 on the clock.

The Green Terror (22-3, 16-2), ranked 26th in the poll, hit two three-pointers of its own late in the first half and had cut the gap to one (33-32) by the time the buzzer sounded.

McDaniel took the lead for good 22 seconds after halftime. While the Green Terror shot 53.6 percent in the second half, the Mules were beyond cold, making only two field goals in the last 13 minutes, and none after the 7:48 mark.

Junior Kristen Piscadlo led Muhlenberg with 13 points. Her three assists gave her 101 for the year, making her the second Mule with two 100-assist seasons.

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Last updated February 20, 2005