Mary Goulding shines on Senior Day

 

Mary Goulding

Appropriately on Senior Day Mary Goulding, in her final collegiate year, came up big for Fordham University Rams as they beat Massachusetts 76-64. The Waikato native made 15 points and claimed game highs in rebounds (8), assists (5) and steals (3).

The Rams seventh straight win propels them to 11-3 and maintains them in second place on the Atlantic Coast Conference table.

Amiee Book was once again in good shooting form for California State Fullerton Titans shooting 7 from 10 from the floor on her way to 16 points. It was Book’s fifth double figure points haul in her last six games but the Titans slipped to 4-8 in West Coast Conference play.

Akiene-Tera Reid returned to the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams lineup after a two-game absence due to injury but couldn’t prevent VCU falling 71-68 in overtime to Duquesne University. Reed came up with 11 points (5/8FG) as the Rams, despite the loss, still sit atop the Atlantic 10 Conference with an 12-2 record.

Ten points from Tegan Graham wasn’t enough to get Colgate University across the line against Lehigh, the Raiders going down 75-63 in the Patriot League. Colgate slip to 5-9 in Patriot play after a fifth straight defeat.

Freshman Esra McGoldrick posted 10 points (4/6FG) and 5 rebounds, her best numbers in her fledgling college career, as North Carolina State crushed Wake Forest 80-46 in Atlantic Coast Conference play.

Kayla Manuirirangi scored 8 points for Tulane Green Wave in narrow 83-82 defeat against Houston University.

Former Tall Fern Dru Toleafoa added 5 points to 9 rebounds and 6 assists in her 98thgame for Santa Clara University Broncos. The Broncos bucked Portland 106-68, the SCU 5-11 in West Coast Conference play.

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