Bradley, McCoy have career highs as Lady Pilots thrive at Southwest
January 12, 2013
HOBBS, N. M. - The no. 25 LSU Shreveport Lady Pilots did not wait long to pull away from the Southwest Lady Mustangs as they scored the game's first 11 points helping them to reached triple digits for the first time this season to a 102-79 victory on Saturday night at the Maddox Student Life Center in Red River Athletic Conference play. The Lady Pilots finished with six in double figures while Southwest had four.
Moeshi Bradley took advantage of the Southwest defense as they handed her the free-throw jumper as she scored the game's first six points in route to setting a career-high 18 points reaching double figures for the first time this season. Last season Bradley hit double figures eight different times but never sank more than 14 points which she accomplished back on February 18, 2012 against SAGU.
Katie McCoy was another Lady Pilot that had a career night as she was a perfect four of four from the free-throw line and two of four from downtown as she also finished the game with 18 points.
LSUS (12-3, 7-2 RRAC) blazed the nets for 56-percent shooting and a night where they knocked down 50-percent from beyond the arc going 10 of 20 tying the most three's made in a single game which they had done four times before: the last time they made 10 three's in a game was last March against Our Lady of the Lake.
Brittany Maddox sank the most from downtown tonight making three of seven and finished with 15 points while Sharde Henry dished out the team high of six assist and finished with her collected her fourth double-double of the season (15-points, 13-rebounds) and still has scored in double figures in each game this season for the Lady Pilots.
Jenna Diakos had 17 points while Christy Willis was four of five from the field including two of three from downtown to finish with 11 points.
USW (6-13, 3-7 RRAC) shot just 33-percent but managed four shooters to knock down double digits as Nikki Sylvester had the game high of 20 points. Anika Hostos, Roberta Ortiz, and LaTeasha Shelton all had double digits as well with 17, 11, and 10 respectively.
The Lady Pilots will travel to Fort Worth, Texas to take on Texas Wesleyan (12-4, 8-2 RRAC) on Monday night at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Rams are coming off a 107-93 loss to Wiley today.