Davis erupts for 29 as Bulldogs post 68-52 road win over Concordia
Posted on 12/7/2017 6:03:00 AM.
(Austin) – Cami Davis scored 29 points and dished out five assists to lead the Texas Lutheran women’s basketball team to a 68-52 road win over Concordia Texas, Tuesday night at Concordia Fieldhouse.

The Bulldogs avenged an earlier loss this year to Concordia. TLU improved to 2-5 overall. Concordia fell to 5-3.

Davis scored 17 in the first quarter as TLU opened a 29-11 lead. Davis finished the night with 10 made field goals, including three three-pointers.

All three of Davis's three-pointers came in a two-minute stretch in the first quarter.

Tara Molina (San Antonio/Johnson) added 12 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals.

The Bulldogs shot 66.7 percent from the field and 50 percent (5-for-10) from the arc in the first quarter.

Madyson Garcia (San Antonio/Clemens) and Katie Pesek (Odem/Odem) contributed eight and six points, respectively. Pesek collected five rebounds, and Garcia added four boards.

Abby Hroch (Port Lavaca/Calhoun) registered a game-high nine rebounds. She also tallied five points, two assists and two blocks.

TLU held Concordia to 27.6 percent shooting for the game. From the three-point line, the Tornados were 4-for-20.

The Bulldogs' next two games will take place in Abilene, Texas - against McMurry at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 and against Hardin-Simmons at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 16.


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