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College basketball: Livingstone women fall to Hawks

Staff report

SALISBURY — Chowan, one of the stronger women’s teams in the CIAA, blasted Livingstone with a huge third-quarter run on Monday.

The visiting Hawks outscored the Blue Bears 33-14 in that decisive third quarter and took a 76-55 victory at New Trent Gym.

Livingstone (3-13, 0-6) led at halftime, 33-31, but couldn’t sustain that same energy after the break.

Adel Allen led the Blue Bears with 15 points. Daisa Harris scored 13, and Asia Green added 10.

Livingstone shot 37 percent, missed 11 of 18 free throws, was out-rebounded 48-36 and lost the turnover battle, 25-13.

Chowan (10-6, 6-1) got 13 points from Jada Lee. Eleven different Hawks scored.

Chowan started a road swing with its first league loss at J.C. Smith on Thursday but bounced back to win at Winston-Salem State on Saturday.

Livingstone stood 3-3 after beating Belmont Abbey on Nov. 21, but has dropped 10 straight since then.

CHOWAN (76) — Lee 13, Gaither 10, Weldon 9, Pettaway 9, Robinson 6, Williams 5, Bagby 4, Henderson 4, Coker 3, Carter 2.

LIVINGSTONE (55) — Allen 15, Harris 13, Green 10, Walker 9, Searcy 4, Bradley 2, Bland 2, Terry, Golay.

Chowan                 12     19     33    12     — 76

Livingstone          9     24     14      8     — 55






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