MU women fall to Lock Haven
Julia Stevenson recorded a team-high 14 points and nine rebounds, but a poor second half for Mansfield allowed Lock Haven to come away with an 82-44 victory Saturday afternoon at Thomas Fieldhouse.
The Mountaineers trailed by just two points going into halftime, but were plagued with turnovers in the second half as the Bald Eagles ran away with the game. Haven outscored Mansfield 52-16 in the second period.
Mansfield struggled offensively, shooting 28.9 percent from the floor while recording 34 turnovers.
Stevenson hit six field goals and two free throws on her way to 14 points. The senior forward also led Mansfield in rebounds with nine, including six offensive.
Junior Shaleta Heyward came off the bench to score 10 points for the Mounties.
Marrysa Moyer led four Eagles in double-figure scoring with 16 points.
Mansfield is back in action on Tuesday, Nov. 27 when it hosts Houghton in non-conference play at Decker Gymnasium. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m.