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Stats at a GlanceETSUBGSU
FG Percentage.308 (24-78) .500 (29-58)
3P FG Percentage.200 (5-25) .500 (14-28)
FT Percentage.556 (5-9) .750 (18-24)
Offensive Rebounds178
Defensive Rebounds2639
Total Rebounds4347
Bench Points4336
PointsDavis - 15
Hempfling - 20
ReboundsDavis - 8
TEAM - 9
AssistsRoberts - 2
Moore - 2
Ryce - 2
Lewis - 6
StealsHooks - 2
Upton - 2
Thompson - 2
Hampton - 5
BlocksHooks - 2
Carrington - 2
Dziekan - 2
Bucs fall at Bowling Green
Bucs fall at Bowling Green
Thursday, November 11, 2021

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (Nov. 11, 2021) – The ETSU women’s basketball team ended its trip to the Buckeye State with a 90-58 setback to reigning Mid-American Conference champion Bowling Green on Thursday night inside the Stroh Center. 


Bowling Green was plus-9 in made three-pointers as the Falcons knocked down 50 percent from beyond the arc, going 14-for-28, while ETSU was 5-of-25. 


Jakhyia Davis (Knoxville, Tenn.) led the Bucs with 15 points and eight rebounds in 15 minutes off the bench. Davis was 7-of-13 from the field and scored eight of the 15 points during a two-minute stretch in the first quarter. 


The Falcons, who returned all five starters and 10 players from last year’s 21-win team who reached the WNIT, scored 20-plus points in each quarter to come away with the 32-point win in their season opener. 

Bowling Green scored the first seven points to open the game and led by eight after the first quarter, 24-16. The closest ETSU would get was six when Carly Hooks (Atlanta) knocked down a three-pointer, making it 25-19 in the opening minute of the second, but the Falcons then mounted a 12-2 run over the next six minutes to build a double-digit lead. Eventually, BGSU took a 17-point lead into the break, 45-28. The Falcons kept their lead in double figures the rest of the contest and came away with the win in their home opener. 


  • Bowling Green shot 50 percent from the field (29-58), compared to ETSU’s 31 percent clip (24-78).
  • The Falcons were plus-13 at the charity stripe, going 18-of-24, while the Bucs finished 5-of-9.
  • The Bucs grabbed 43 rebounds, including 17 offensive boards … ETSU converted those into 17 second-chance points.
  • Bowling Green dished out 22 assists on its 29 makes.
  • The Blue and Gold forced 21 turnovers, resulting in 16 points off those BGSU miscues.
  • Forty-three of ETSU’s points came from its bench.
  • Both teams had 80 possessions on the night.
  • BGSU had five players score in double figures with Kadie Hempfling leading the charge with 20 points on 6-of-7 shooting from beyond the arc.
  • The 90 points given up by ETSU are the most since allowing 101 against South Carolina on Nov. 22, 2018 … The 14 threes allowed were the most since High Point made 16 on Nov. 14, 2019. 


  • ETSU: 0-2
  • Bowling Green: 1-0 


ETSU heads back to Johnson City to gear up for its home opener when the Bucs host Cornell Sunday at 2 p.m. inside Brooks Gym.

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