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RICHMOND, Va. – Bowie State women’s basketball saw its season end on Monday (3/12) evening, falling short to #2 Indiana (Pa.) by a final score of 75-60. in the NCAA Atlantic Region Championship game. The Bulldogs entered the regional play seeded #8 and finish the season with an overall record of 22-10. This marked the second time in school history Bowie State reached the Sweet 16.NCAAenhanced logo

The Bulldogs and Crimson Hawks are not strangers as the teams have met twice this season. Indiana (Pa.) defeated Bowie State 53-37 (11/22) on the Bulldogs home court and again at IUP (12/7) with the Crimson Hawks edging the Bulldogs 61-65.

Senior Kyah Proctor led the Bowie State Bulldogs in scoring in final game with a game-high 23 points. Senior Lisa Jing added 11 points. Graduate student Sade Chatman and sophomores Dynaisha Christian and Kyaja Williams finished the game with six points each. Christian was the teams leading rebounder with six.

IUP’s Lauren Wolosik led four Crimson Hawks in scoring with 20 points to go along with a game-high eight assists. Brittany Robinson and Megan Smith accounted for a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds and 11 points and 10 rebounds respectively. Appleby finished the contest with 16 points.


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