Shots don't fall in 76-40 loss to Azusa Pacific

Shots don't fall in 76-40 loss to Azusa Pacific

AZUSA, Calif. (Feb 13. 2014) BYU-Hawaii women's basketball lost 76-40 to Azusa Pacific on Thursday night.

BYU-Hawaii (2-19, 2-14) struggled to find its shot all night, shooting just 23.2 percent for the game.

Danna Lynn Hooper generated 13 points and three rebounds for the Seasiders, along with Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo scoring 12 points with four triples. She picked up seven steals for BYU-Hawaii.

Also contributing for the Seasiders was Whitney Fieldsted with 10 rebounds.

Pressing full court Azusa Pacific (15-6, 13-2) held off BYU-Hawaii and took control pushing the gap into double digits at 30-16 in the middle of the first half.

Tatupu-Leopoldo drained a last minute to trim the lead but BYU-Hawaii still went into halftime down 34-18.

Two more triples to open the second half and a 10-4 run cut the lead down to 38-28.

The Azusa lead was too much to overcome however, and the home team prevailed 76-40 in a tough night for the Seasiders.

BYU-Hawaii basketball will continue their conference road trip against Point Loma on Saturday, Feb 15.

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