USF Women’s Basketball dominated Alabama State 80-29 on Friday to move to 6-4 on the season after dropping three straight games at the Cancun Challenge. The good news was short lived however, as Bethy Mununga and Elisa Pinzan left the game with injuries.
FINAL | USF defeats Alabama State, 80-29. The Bulls hit 17 threes, the second most in program history. Maria Alvarez with a game-high 18 points, a career-high 16 points from Kristyna Brabencova and 15 points from Elena Tsineke. Tamara Henshaw with a career-high tying 15 boards. pic.twitter.com/0BlCPmnyW3— USF W. Basketball (@USFWBB) December 7, 2019
The Bulls got a game-high 18 points from freshman Maria Alvarez and a career-high 16 points from freshman Kristyna Brabencova as they went on to rout the Lady Hornets. A dominating offensive performance was matched with an equally impressive defensive performance by USF with Alabama State only scoring seven points in the second half and a single point in the fourth quarter.
The Green and Gold collected 53 rebounds on the evening, lead by senior Tamara Henshaw who recorded a career-high 15 boards. The Bulls also scored a season high 17 three pointers, with Maria Alvarez draining six of them to lead USF.
USF women’s basketball will take a break from action for exams before returning to action at home against Idaho on December 15th.