Lady Seasiders look to get back on track

Lady Seasiders look to get back on track

AZUSA, Calif. – BYU-Hawaii women's basketball will have an important game to meet its goal of making the PacWest tournament when they face Azusa Pacific on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. PST at the Felix Event Center. 

BYU-Hawaii (12-8, 9-5 PacWest)

  • In their last game the Seasiders dopped a heartbreaker 93-82 in two overtimes against Chaminade.
  • Top scorer, Brygette Tatupu finished with 33 points and added six steals and seven rebounds. The six steals were a new career-high for Tatupu and the 33 points were a season-high and one short of her career-high.
  • Celeste Claw scored 13 points to go with two steals and four assists against Chaminade.
  • As a team, the Seasiders had three more rebounds and nine more second chance points in their last game against Chaminade, but committed 10 more fouls to give the Silverswords a six-point advantage from the line.
  • BYU-Hawaii women's basketball is currently ranked fifth in conference.     

Azusa Pacific (14-8, 10-5 PacWest)    

  • Last game the Cougars suffered a 68-48 loss against Cal Baptist.
  • Miriam Zabinsky and Maggie Dumphy lead the Cougars in scoring with 12 points each. With Zabisnky adding 4 rebounds and Dumphy adding nine rebounds and three assists.
  • The Cougars four-game winning streak came to an end as they scored a season low in points.     
  • Azusa Pacific women's basketball is ranked fourth in conference.


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