College Basketball Roundup
Glenville State 99, Notre Dame 85
SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — Glenville State outscored Notre Dame 35-16 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 99-85 win Thursday.
The Pioneers, who improved to 11-2 overall and 6-1 in the Mountain East Conference, were led by Re’Shawna Stone’s 17 points and seven rebounds. Emily Stoller and Taychaun Hubbard added 14 points apiece while Blaize Burgess and Zakiyah Winfield added 13 and 10, respectively.
Glenville shot 48.6 percent (36 for 74) from the floor.
Seina Adachi led all scorers with 21 points for Notre Dame (7-6, 4-3). She also tallied four assists, four steals and two blocks. Jessie Stout added a 15-point, 17-rebound double-double to go along with five assists. Kyleigh Ramlow tacked on 13 points and eight boards while Abi Oriti chipped in 10 points and three dimes.
Hillsdale 78, Ohio Valley 61
HILLSDALE, Mich. — Ohio Valley University limited host Hillsdale to 31 percent shooting and trailed just 29-28 here Thursday at intermission, but the Fighting Scots came up short to the Chargers, 78-61, in Great Midwest Athletic Conference action.
Allie Dewire pumped in a game-high 20 points to lead the Chargers (9-7, 7-0). Lauren Daffenberg drained a quartet of 3s off the bench en route to 14 points for the Chargers, who also got 14 markers from Makenna Ott and a dozen by Brittany Gray.
OVU (0-13, 0-8), which connected on less than 34 percent of its field goals, got 15 points apiece from Ariel Johnson and Akiya Brown. Johnson collected 10 caroms.
Hillsdale 80, Ohio Valley 60
HILLSDALE, Mich — Kenneth Miller bucketed a game-high 21 points and David Adeyemo finished with seven points along with game-highs of 13 rebounds and seven blocked shots, but it still wasn’t enough as visiting Ohio Valley University came up short here Thursday night to Hillsdale, 80-60, in Great Midwest Athletic Conference action.
OVU (5-7, 1-6) also received an 11-point effort from Dylan Harrison while Parker Black came off the bench and finished with 10 rebounds.
Hillsdale (10-5, 6-2) had five players reach double figures, led by 14 points apiece from Davis Larson and Dylan Lowry. Austen Yarian double-doubled off the bench with a dozen markers and 10 rebounds.
Notre Dame 109, Glenville State 81
SOUTH EUCLID, OHIO– Glenville State’s Phil Bledsoe and Jamal Pollydore finished with a game-high of 25 points, but it wasn’t enough as Glenville State fell to Notre Dame 109-81.
The 3-ball was working for both Bledsoe and Pollydore while Kalin Johnson finished with 10 points. Bledsoe was Glenville’s leading rebounder with 10, giving him a double-double for the night. ND’s Drew Scarberry and Will Vorhees both chipped in with a team-high 23 points, while Vorhees also had a double-double with a game-high 13 boards.