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Lynx Lose Despite Strong First Half

Lynx Lose Despite Strong First Half


MEDFORD, MA. – The Lesley women's basketball team fell to the Dean Bulldogs Saturday afternoon by a score of 93-51. The Lynx drop to 0-12 on the season and 0-8 in conference, while the Bulldogs improve to 4-13 and 3-6 in conference play. 


  • The Lynx displayed a strong first half entering the break tied with the Bulldogs 29-29. 
  • The Bulldogs came back strong after the half outscoring the Lynx 33-13 in the third quarter and 31-9 in the fourth quarter. 
  • Senior Dakota Jones once again led the way for the Lynx with 28 points, 24 rebounds and 5 blocks. 
  • Senior Hope Seasholes was the next highest scorer for the Lynx adding 10 points, while adding 3 steals and 2 assists. Brittley Gaan added 7 points and 8 rebounds, while Sydnie Drezek added 6 points. 
  • The Bulldogs were led by sophomore Makayla Rudder who set a school record by scoring 51 points. She also added 10 rebounds, six steals and shot an astonishing 22-for-36 from the field. 
  • Dean was able to turn Lesley's 35 turnovers into 40 points and added 28 points off of their offensive rebounds. 


 The Lynx hit the road for a 7:00 PM match up against conference opponent Eastern Nazarene on Tuesday February 4th.