The Fordham University was able to bounce back from a rough road stretch, with a record setting performance in their 95-48 victory over Wagner College on Sunday afternoon.
First up the ladies were able to set a record for points in a half, and then the team was able to finish with being tied for eigth in the program history in points to go along with having the fifth-highest margin of victory.
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Fordham was able to have a 55.9% shooting performance from the field, going 38-of-68, which is tied for second in all-time program history. The Rams were able to have a 14-of-32 night shooting from behind the arc, which was tied for third-most made shots.
Fordham University Women’s Basketball fans are encouraged to check out the following Post Game Press Conference Video featuring thoughts from Interim Head Coach Candice Green
Helping to lead the way for the Rams was Asiah Dingle, who has 1,500 points and counting for the team, with 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting. Dingle was also able to add five rebounds, five assists and a team-high four steals. Kaitlyn Downey, who also joined the 1,000 point club recently, had her fourth double-double of the year with 17 points and 13 rebounds.
Coach Green called upon her bench throughout the game, getting everyone valuable minutes as several on the team were able to make a contribution to the victory. Jade Dapaa was able to have 10 points and six rebounds, Colleen McQuillen was able to have a career-high nine points and Sophia Sabino had six points to name only a few.
Fordham will continue their tough schedule with a road trip to the Midwest as they will participate in the Las Vegas Holiday Classic. The Rams will take on Washington on Friday at 4:30 p.m. and South Dakota on Saturday at 2 p.m.
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