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Duffy's 41 points and 16 rebounds lead Cardinals to victory at LSSU

Duffy's 41 points and 16 rebounds lead Cardinals to victory at LSSU

SAULT STE. MARIE -- The SVSU Women's Basketball team traveled to play at Lake Superior State University on Thursday evening in another league tilt. Led by a phenomenal performance from senior forward Abby Duffy, the Cardinals posted their first victory of the year with a 73-67 decision over the Lakers.

Duffy had 41 points in the contest, well surpassing her previous career-high of 25. She added 16 rebounds in the win, tying her career-high she had earlier this season against Ohio Dominican.

The Lakers held a 20-17 lead after the first 10 minutes of action, with Abby Duffy leading the way with 

Saginaw Valley trailed at the half by a narrow 42-41 margin, as Duffy put up monster numbers in the opening 20 minutes of action. She quickly surpassed her previous career-high of 25 points with 31 points in the first half. Duffy was 11-13 shooting in the first half with five rebounds. 

After three quarters of play, the Cardinals still trailed by a close margin as Lake Superior State held a 54-52 lead. 

The final 10 minutes saw SVSU outscore the home squad 21-13, using solid free throw shooting down the stretch from Hannah Settingsgaard to seal the six-point victory, 73-67. 

SVSU's Interim Head Coach Ryan Trevithick earned his first career victory at the helm for the Cardinals, his sixth career contest leading the Cardinals. 

Inside the Boxscore

  • Duffy was named the Meijer "Player of the Game" after her career night. She posted 41 points and matched her previous career-best with 16 rebounds. She finished only a single point shy of the program's single game record of 42 points.
  • Settingsgaard was up next in points, totalling 17 points. She added three boards and a team-high two blocks. 
  • Maddie Maloney recorded three boards and a team-high of four assists. 
  • Maddie Barrie had six points and two assists. 
  • The Cardinals shot 53.1% from the field while holding the Lakers to 41.7%. 

From Head Coach Ryan Trevithick

Up Next...

Saginaw Valley heads to Ferris State on Saturday (Dec. 8) for its next matchup. Tip-off will be 1:00 p.m. from FSU's Jim Wink Arena in Big Rapids, Michigan.

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