Women Fall To Nation's 5th Ranked Team

Broome player looking to pass the ball
vs Onondaga

The women's basketball team fell to Onondaga on Tuesday night in the Baldwin Gymnasium, 81-56, in a MSAC contest.  The Lazers, currently sitting in the 5th spot in the NJCAA's latest poll, got out to a quick start and never looked back.  The visitors took a 50-24 lead into the locker room to end the first half.  Broome responded in the second half for a 32-31 advantage but the 26 point cushion Onondaga built in the first was to much to overcome.

Anna Hotalen posted her third double-double in a row, leading the Hornets in scoring with 16 points and having a monster night on the boards with 22 rebounds.  Julianna Mushalla had 13 points, 6 boards, 7 assists and 3 steals while backcourt mate Isabella LoVuolo also had 13 points. 8 rebounds, a couple of assists and 7 blocks.  Kasey Krewson chipped in with 8 points, 4 boards, 3 assists and 5 blocks.  Onondaga was led by Sydni Eure and Caitlyn Connolly with 17 points each.

Broome falls to 7-9 overall; 1-2 MSAC while Onondaga improves to 11-6 overall; 2-0 MSAC.

Broome will host another MSAC game this Thursday at 5:00 P.M. when they take on the Spartans from Cayuga CC.