The Oswego State women’s basketball team fell to Fredonia on Saturday by a score of 66-50. With the loss, the Lakers drop to 7-16 overall and 4-12 in conference play while the Blue Devils improve to 9-15 on the season.
The two teams appeared to be evenly matched as they ended the first quarter tied at 16. Fredonia’s Jenna Einick changed that as she was able to dominate against Oswego’s weak defense, scoring 16 points in the first half. She would finish with a game high 25 points. As a team, the Blue Devils shot 59.3% from the field during that span.
Oswego was able to cut the deficit to single digits at times in the second half but Fredonia had the answers. This was largely in part to their ability to score off turnovers as they outscored the Lakers 26-8. Oswego finished the game with 19 turnovers while Fredonia finished with 15.
Courtney Ameele (17) was one of three Lakers that scored in double digits along with Rachael Windhausen (11) and Erin Gantley (10).
Oswego will look to end their two game skid next weekend when they host Brockport at Max Ziel Gymnasium. Tip off is scheduled for 5:30.