SASKATOON, SK —The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have seen their four game unbeaten streak come to an end. The WolfPack opened up a weekend Canada West women’s basketball series in Saskatchewan on Friday (Nov 10).
They lost to one of the top teams in the country: the Saskatchewan Huskies 90-34.
The WolfPack and Huskies both entered this game unbeaten. Saskatchewan moved to 3-0 on the year as TRU fell to 4-1.
Saskatchewan led 47-18 at the half. Shenise Sigsworth led the way for TRU with 6 points. Saskatchewan had three players in double figures led by Summer Masikewich with 17 points and eight rebounds.
Shenise Sigsworth (5th year, forward, Kamloops, BC): 6 points in 22 minutes
Emily Vilac (4th year, forward, Kamloops, BC) 5 points and 3 assists in 27 minutes
Leilani Carney (3rd year, guard, Burnaby,BC): 5 points in 23 minutes
Summer Masikewich: 17 points, 8 rebounds in 28 minutes
Megan Ahalstrom: 15 points, 8 rebounds in 20 minutes
Megan Lindquist: 11 points in 20 minutes
Turnovers: TRU: 23 SASK: 11
TRU 4-1 SASK: 3-0
TRU head coach Scott Reeves:
On the Contest: “We shot the ball terribly. We could contain their guards so we were having to help too much and gave up easy baskets. “
The WolfPack conclude their four game road trip tomorrow against the Huskies.
Their next home game will be Friday, November 17th on the Warner Rentals Court at the Tournament Capital Centre when the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns provide the opposition. It’s the annual “CIBC Shoot for the Cure” night with partial proceeds going to the Run for the Cure inititive. Tip off will be 6 pm
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