Monday, November 22, 2004
The Lady Bucs were fired up for the home opener and started with a strong showing in the opening minutes of the first half. After a Brooke Wilhoit (
Leading the way for ETSU in the first half was Mayes who by the six-minute mark had already posted her first double-double of the young 2004-05 campaign. Her 16 points and 11 boards led all scorers in the first, while B.J. Banjo (
With a large advantage heading into the second half, Lady Bucs head coach Karen Kemp began to go deep into her bench as Michelle DeVault (
"I was very proud of the effort from the girls tonight. We played hard and with a lot of enthusiasm in our home opener," Lady Bucs head coach Karen Kemp said. "Our schedule doesn't get any easier, so we'll take the next few days to focus on
Mayes finished the night with a game-high 24 points and 15 rebounds, just four boards off of her career-high 19. Moring and Banjo each finished with 13 points in the win, while Wilhoit added eight points from the guard position. The Pioneers were paced by Ronnie Watkins who tallied 13 points and six rebounds, while Amber Redding added 12 rebounds and three points in the loss.
The Lady Bucs return to action Friday night when they host
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