IMMACULATA, Pa. – The Bryn Athyn College women's basketball team closed out the 2019 portion of its schedule with a 77-58 loss to Immaculata in Alumnae Hall Saturday afternoon.
The Lions (2-9) had three players crack double figures, led by a career-high 14 points from Treasure Baskerville. Allie Warren and Jayda Campbell came off-the-bench to contribute 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Clayshonia Cogmon was the top rebounder in the contest with 11 boards. She added eight points and three steals.
Bryn Athyn dominated the first quarter and led 16-10 after 10 minutes of play. The Lions shot 45.5 percent (5-of-11) from the field while holding the Mighty Macs to 29.4 percent (5-of-17) shooting. In addition to the superior shooting from the field, Bryn Athyn was 6-of-12 from the free throw line, while Immaculata (5-7) did not attempt a free throw.
Immaculata controlled the beginning of the second quarter, scoring the first 13 points in a four-minute span to take a 23-16 advantage. Bryn Athyn would close the gap to four during the rest of the quarter with the final time coming with 25 seconds left in the half thanks to a pair of made Campbell free throws to make the score 34-30.
The Mighty Macs came out hot to open the third quarter, outscoring the Lions 18-3 to extend the gap to 52-33 with 4:14 remaining. During that span, Immaculata shot 7-of-14, while Bryn Athyn scored all of its points at the free throw line.
In the final quarter, Bryn Athyn knocked down four3-pointers on 4-of-6 shooting. Warren went 2-of-2 from behind the arc and Baskerville was 2-of-3.
Immaculata's Annie Kohutka shot 8-of-13 from the field on her way to a game-high 18 points. Theresa Kearney had 15 points and Jordan Rook scored 12 points.
The Mighty Macs ended the game shooting 44.3 percent (31-70), while the Lions shot 34.7 percent (17-of-49). Bryn Athyn had the advantage at the free throw line, 66.7 percent (20-of-3) to 62.5 percent (10-of-16).
Bryn Athyn returns to action with a Colonial States Athletic Conference game against Wilson on Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. in Asplundh Field House.