Photo: DSU athletics/Rodney Adams
The Delaware State women’s basketball team cruised to a 13 point win (68-55) over their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference foes, the Coppin State University Eagles, on Saturday.
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The leading scorer of the game for the Hornets was senior forward Kiana Coomber, who recorded a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds.
Two other Hornets scored in double digits, which were senior guard/forward Sharajah Collins (14) and senior forward DeMaurea Moore (10).
Delaware State had the advantage in multiple categories in the game, which included points in the paint (38-20), points off of turnovers (20-19), second-chance points (14-9), fast-break points (14-4), rebounds (41-32), assists (9-8), turnovers (15-21) and steals (8-4).
DSU also had the advantage of shooting as well, with the team shooting 46.6 %(27-58) and with Coppin State shooting 36.8 %( 21-57). DSU also outshot the Eagles in free throw percentage as Hornets had a 62.5 % (10-16) and Coppin State had a 41.7 % (5-12) percentage.
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