Dragons lead end to end in victory over Dartmouth

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – Leading the end of the line, the Drexel women’s basketball team put in a solid defensive effort and shot nearly 53 percent from the ground as the Dragons claimed their second straight victory with a 67-44 victory over the Dartmouth Big Green Tuesday night.


  • Keishana Washington led all scorers with 18 points in the game, including 13 in the third quarter, connecting on four three-pointers in the game.
  • Tessa brugler scored 12 in the contest, shooting four rebounds and distributing four assists, causing the majority of his damage in the first half.
  • Hannah nihill Also hit the double with 10. She added six rebounds and four assists. Assists total gives him 390 in his career, overtaking Hollie Mershon for fifth place all-time at DU.
  • As a team, the Dragons collected 23 assists out of 28 baskets made. Four players had three cents each. Joining Brugler and Nihill in this lineup were Maura hendrixson and Momo La Clair, who each made their season debuts with three assists and no turnovers.
  • For a second straight game, the Drexel bench was a factor, scoring 19 points in the contest.
  • DU kept Dartmouth at 26.9 percent from the floor, the team’s best defensive rating of the season and the second straight opponent she has held under 30 percent on shots.


  • Drexel started off hot, hitting four of his first seven shots while keeping Dartmouth scoreless during the first media timeout. The assault continued as the period progressed with Brugler scoring eight points in the frame. Overall, the Dragons shot 7 for 15 as Drexel led by 11 after 10 minutes.
  • The second quarter was one of the best shooting times of the year for DU, scoring 9 of 13 shots from the field, including all three from beyond the arc as Drexel opened up a 37- lead. 15 at halftime. Nihill had five points in the frame to lead the Dragons.
  • Washington woke up in the third period, scoring 13 of Drexel’s 15 points in the stanza, connecting 5-6 from the floor. She hit a trio of treys during the period as DU finished the period in the lead 52-26.


“Very happy with this team’s victory tonight. I think the stats that come out are 23 assists for 28 shots taken, our ability to move the ball and the 24 points in the paint. are focused before we start. game tonight, so very happy with the overall performance. ” –Head coach Amy mallon on Drexel’s game against Dartmouth.

“I really felt more comfortable as the game looked for my shot and things came to me rather than trying to shake things up. It was really great (playing at home) , I think everyone loves playing DAC. Our fans are great and we love being here. ” –Keishana Washington on his performance and the atmosphere at home.


Drexel is playing on the road for the fourth time in five games during his trip to Maine on Saturday, December 4. Departure from Bangor, Maine, is scheduled for noon

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