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Michigan Tech University
Tiffin
Women's Basketball - Sat, Jan. 7, 2017
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Michigan Tech 9-3, 5-22120172280
Tiffin University 4-9, 2-6101171846
Jan. 7, 2017
Tiffin OH
Attendance: 170
Michigan TechIndv. LeadersTiffin University
#10 Lindsay Winter - 16Points #12 Kristen Massey - 14
2 Players (#10,#53) - 8Rebounds #50 Bre Nauman - 7
#04 Kelli Guy - 3Assists 3 Players - 2
Michigan TechTeam StatisticsTiffin University
46.8% (29 - 62) Field Goals % 23.3% (14 - 60)
33.3% (6 - 18) 3 Point Field Goals % 25% (5 - 20)
88.9% (16 - 18) Free Throws 72.2% (13 - 18)
51Rebounds 32
11Assists 7
15Turnovers 14
112nd Chance Pts 9

Tiffin University could not keep up with visiting Michigan Tech, as the Huskies played four solid quarters in dispatching the Dragons 80-46. TU falls to 4-9, 2-6.

Shooting woes separated TU from the Huskies early on, as the Dragons shot just 18 percent in the first quarter while MTU hit at a 46 percent clip. Michigan Tech led 21-10 after one period.

The second quarter was much the same, as MTU outscored TU 20-11 in the frame to amass a 41-21 halftime lead. They controlled the paint, outscoring TU 18-6 inside and made the most of 7 Dragons turnovers, scoring 14 points off them.

TU shot just 22 percent in the first half while the Huskies shot .455. They also held a 24-15 edge in rebounding.

The second half continued the trend, with TU hitting just 2 shots and shooting 14 percent while the Huskies pulled away with a 17-7 scoring edge to put the game away.

The Dragons finished shooting just 23 percent while the Huskies controlled play overall with a 46 percent shooting average. They dominated inside with a 51-32 rebounding margin and a 34-14 paint scoring edge. 

The Huskies also continued to thrive off Dragons' turnovers, totaling 23 points off 14 turnovers. 

Kristen Massey led TU in scoring with 14 points, including 7 for 9 from the line. Sarah Cummings also scored 10 points.

Allie Miller had 9 points, while Bre Nauman had 6 points and 7 rebounds.