2001-02 Women's Basketball
bc 48, au 85
Robinson collects third career double-double but BC falls to HCAC-leading Ravens 85-48February 2, 2002
Bluffton College junior Lyndsey Robinson tied a career-high with 16 rebounds, but Anderson University remained atop the Heartland Conference standings with a 85-48 win over the Beavers in Founders Hall on Saturday afternoon.
Robinson added 12 points to collect her third career double-double.
Junior Michelle Ray knocked down a 3-pointer with 2:06 left before halftime to bring the score to 31-21 in favor of Anderson, but it would be all the closer the Beavers would get. Ray scored all 12 of her points in the first half to share the team-lead in scoring with Robinson.
Bluffton grabbed a season-high 52 rebounds and outrebounded the Ravens by five boards, but Anderson (17-4, 10-1 HCAC) forced 26 BC turnovers and connected on 23-of-26 free throws.
Sophomore Lindsay Bacon chipped in six points and had a career-high eight rebounds.
Anderson's Angel Hall led the Raven's with 24 points, while Rachel Miller notched a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.
Bluffton (0-20, 0-11 HCAC) will travel to Franklin College on Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m.