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Women’s basketball drops tenth-straight away game

Buffalo State Athletics

Buffalo State’s women’s basketball team (4-16, 1-12 SUNYAC) was edged out by the Fredonia Blue Devils (10-10, 5-8 SUNYAC) 63-46 on Saturday in the “Battle by the Lake.”

The Bengals remain winless on the road as they dropped their fifth contest in a row.

Adiya Jones had a standout game with a double-double to prove it. She managed 13 points and 12 rebounds, seven of which were offensive. Maddy Stearns and Carly Atty each added nine points and Riley Domin netted eight points off the bench.

Fredonia quickly jumped out to an 8-0 lead before they went on a 12-4 run to lead by 13 with 3:35 left in the quarter. Grace Carey made a layup and the Bengals found themselves at a 27-9 deficit after one quarter.

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Buffalo State allowed the Blue Devils to go on an 11-2 run capped by a layup off of a turnover from Emma Cohen with 2:19 to play until halftime.

Stearns netted back-to-back layups and completed the and-one to make it 38-16 in favor of Fredonia at the break.

Carey netted a jumper to start the third quarter to spark a 9-4 run to trail 42-23 with 5:55 to go. Atty made a pair of triples and Adiya Jones netted a few from the charity stripe to make it a 51-32 game heading into the fourth quarter.

The Blue Devils started the final period on an 8-3 run to snag a 25-point advantage with 5:55 left in the game. Jadyn Jones, Adiya Jones and Riley Domin added points in the paint before Domin netted a tray to trail 63-44.

Adiya Jones netted two from the charity stripe and the Bengals lost 63-46.

Buffalo State was 15-of-55 from the field and 4-of-14 from behind the arc. The Bengals shots were only 54.5% accurate from the charity stripe.

Buffalo State was outrebounded 40-31 and the Blue Devils scored 24 points off of 14 turnovers, while the visitors netted 20 points off of turnovers. The Bengals had 22 points in the paint, 26 bench points and 10 second-chance points.

The Bengals travel to Cortland, NY on Tuesday to face New Paltz. Tipoff is set for 5p.m.

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