Georgetown College women’s basketball came home to the friendly confines of Davis-Reid Alumni Gym Monday. The Tigers (3-8) have been on the road for eight of their first 11 games, and the three wins are all at home.
It was a much needed home game with explosive offense and solid defense. GC won 95-21. Simmons College of Kentucky scored seven in each of the odd quarters, but was limited to three and four points in the second and fourth quarter respectively.
Anna Arrastia led the charge, coming off the bench for a career- and game-high 24 points. The sophomore hit six threes, was a perfect 2-of-2 from inside the arc and 2-of-2 from the foul line. She also grabbed eight rebounds – four offensive, four defensive – and three assists.
Kennedy Flynn opened up the flood gates with 10 of the teams 29 first quarter points. She finished with 20 points in 15-plus minutes. She also tied four of her teammates with three assists each as Georgetown shared the ball well for 25 assists.
Michaela Kennedy hit a couple of deep threes late to finish with 11 points. Leslie Fries controlled the glass with a team-high 11 rebounds.
Georgetown returns to action 2 pm Saturday hosting Voorhees College.