Jimmie Women Upend No. 16 Mayville State; Men Fall Again

 

MAYVILLE, N.D. (JimmieAthletics.com) – The University of Jamestown basketball finished off their first weekend of conference play in Mayville and split the double header. The women won a match up of top NAIA teams, while the men went to 0-2 in the conference.

WBB: #8 Jimmies 75, #16 Mayville State 62

Paige Emmel (SR/Bismarck, ND) scored a career-high 27 points, including 7 three-point field goals to help the No. 8 Jimmie women’s basketball team to a 75-62 win over 16th-ranked Mayville State (N.D.) Saturday.

Emmel’s seven three-pointers is the second-most in a single game by a UJ player, just one off the record of eight, set by Sara McLean in 2002-03.

Jamestown improves to 11-2 overall and 2-0 in North Star Athletic Association conference play. Mayville State falls to 8-2 and 1-1 in NSAA action.

UJ shot 50 percent in a 24-point first quarter, including 6 of 11 from three-point range. The Comets shot 57.1 percent in the quarter, and connected on three of their five long-range attempts.

The Comets struggled in the third quarter, making only one of 14 shots while missing all seven three-point attempts. The Jimmies scored only 12 points in the quarter, but still took an 11-point lead into the fourth.

Jamestown pushed their lead to 19 points after Emmel drained a three-ball with 2:42 left. Mayville State would get no closer than 12 points after an Andi Gayner basket at the 1:26 mark.

Bryn Woodside (SR/Albert Lea, MN) added 19 points, five assists, and three steals. Jenna Doyle (JR/Princeton, MN) pulled down 10 rebounds to go along with four blocked shots. Marina Nowak (JR/Rogers, MN) chipped in with eight points and eight rebounds off the bench.

MBB: Mayville State 80, #18 Jimmies 66

– A 10-2 early second-half run gave Mayville State (N.D.) a lead they would not relinquish, and the Jimmie men’s basketball team lost 80-66, dropping their second straight North Star Athletic Association conference game, .

Leighton Sampson (SR/Worthington, Minn.)’s basket tied the game at 42 with 17:43 left, but seven points from Gorg Alhag, a Garek Droog free throw, and a Daniel Lindgren bucket over the next 2:56 put the Jimmies in an eight-point hole.

Kevin Oberweiser (JR/Drummond, Mont.) sank a three-pointer to cut the lead to five, but Mayville scored on back-to-back possessions to go ahead by 10 with 11:44 to play.

The final dagger for the Jimmies came after the Comets ran off nine straight points to take a 71-54 lead at the 5:14 mark. Jamestown went 0 of 4 from the field and 0 of 3 from the foul line in a 4:11 stretch, effectively ending any hope for a comeback.

Oberweiser had 15 points to lead Jamestown (9-4, 0-2 NSAA). Jon Purintun (JR/Linton, N.D.) added 13 points, five rebounds, and a pair of assists.

Alhag finished with a game-high 23 points. Lindgren scored 13 points while Garek Droog posted a double-double (11 points, 10 rebounds). Cameron Epps was also in double figures with 10.


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