BGSU-OSU: At The Half

By Jeff Lippman - March 18, 2007

In a game leaps and bounds more exciting than the day's opener, Oklahoma State takes a four-point lead into the break, 32-28.

The Cowgirls are led by freshman Andrea Riley with nine points, but she is only shooting 3-for-11 and after starting hot, the team is down to just 38 percent in the half. Riley does have four assists to go along with her scoring.

BGSU is led by Carin Horne, who is having a solid day with nine points on 4-of-9 shooting, but she's only 1-of-5 from long range.

The trifecta is killing Bowling Green as OSU is shooting 3-for-6 on the day but the Falcons have only mustered a pathetic 1-for-11 from long distance.

The solid play of point guard Kate Achter has kept the Falcons in the game. She is a heady player who finds her teammates down low in the post and she has four dimes to prove it to go along with seven big points.

If the trend that the half ended with continues, look for Bowling Green to make a second-half run and pull this game out, but if Oklahoma State can sustain the level of play they've kept thus far and BGSU doesn't come out in the second half firing, we could be looking at our first upset in East Lansing.

Posted by Jeff Lippman at 03:24 PM on March 18, 2007

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