Albany – It took about seven minutes for the Ulabani women’s basketball team to score a point.
Then the Great Dane could barely miss.
Trailing 8-0, UAlbany beat Bryant 17-2 in the final 5:04 of the first quarter and led less than a nine in the second half ever en route to a 60-34 victory at SEFCU Arena on Wednesday night. did not do. Three-match losing streak.
Morgan Haney and Helen Hagerstrand led the Great Dane with 13 and 10 points respectively, mostly 35-20 during the first half.
Hagerstrand scored all his points during a 17–2 run and played just 16 minutes into the game, as head coach Colleen Mullen used his bench for the second half. UAlbany’s reserve beat Bryant Bench 29-5.
After the Great Dane came out cold to start the game, Kayla Cooper eventually left the UAlbany on the board with 5:04 in the first quarter, followed by a drive and a three-pointer by Haney received within 8- got to do. 7.
Then Hagerstrand hit a jumper, two threes and a layup, saving 45 seconds to make it 17-10.
The Great Dane got a two-point lead for the first time in the game when Haney scored three to make it 21-10, and his jumper made it 35-20 with 1:18 in the second quarter.
UAlbany held Bryant 15-for-50 (30.0%) off the field and forced 27 turnovers.
The Mariana Plains fortune led Bryant (1-7) with 12 points.
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