Dickey records sixth double-double and surpasses 1,500 point milestone in Blue Hens 64-57 win over James Madison

Photo: Mark Campbell

The University of Delaware women’s basketball team earned their 10th win of the season on Tuesday as the team defeated the James Madison University Dukes 64-57. Delaware now moves to 4-0 in the conference this season with the win over James Madison.

The leading scorer in the win for the Blue Hens was senior guard/forward Jasmine Dickey, who recorded a double-double with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Dickey also hit a milestone in this game as she surpassed 1,500 career points. The Baltimore native is the eighth Blue Hens player in program history to hit the 1,500 point mark.

Redshirt junior forward Ty Battle also recorded a double-double in the win as she had 17 points and 11 rebounds.

Sophomore guard Tyi Skinner also scored in double-digits in the win with 10 points.

Delaware had the advantage in multiple categories in the game, which included points off of turnovers (7-6), second-chance points (17-11), fast-break (7-6), assists (9-5), blocks (7-0), and steals (7-5).

Blue Hens also had the advantage in shooting as well, with the team shooting 35.5% (22-62) and with James Madison shooting 31.1 % (23-74). The Hens bested the Dukes from the three-point line as well, with the team shooting 26.3 %(5-19 ) and James Madison shooting 14.3% (3-21). Delaware was also the better team at the free-throw line in this game as the team shot 65.2%(15-23), and the Dukes shot 42.1% (8-19).


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