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Lampkins, Boesinger Lead @OhioWBasketball Past Miami, 79-62

Lampkins, Boesinger Lead @OhioWBasketball Past Miami, 79-62

Jan. 28, 2017

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Ohio 79, Miami 62
Location: Oxford, Ohio
The Short Story: Led by Quiera Lampkins’ double-double and a season-high 17 points from Hannah Boesinger, the Ohio women’s basketball team (16-4, 7-2 MAC) defeated Mid-American Conference East foe Miami (7-14, 1-7 MAC) 79-62 Saturday afternoon (Jan. 28). 

OHIO STARTERS: #0 Taylor Agler, #5 Quiera Lampkins, #11 Kelly Karlis, #12 Yamonie Jenkins, #22 Hannah Boesinger
MIAMI STARTERS: #13 Lauren Dickerson, #21 Leah Purvis, #32 Savannah Kluesner, #35 Abbey Hoff, #40 Kendall McCoy

How It Happened:
- Miami won the opening tip.
- Miami got on the board first with a three-pointer with 8:14 left in the first quarter.
- The Bobcats tied it up moments later with a three-pointer from Hannah Boesinger with 7:53 left in the first.
- Miami took a 5-3 lead on two free throws and then Ohio cut it to one when Yamonie Jenkins hit a free throw.
- The RedHawks went up 7-4 with 4:48 left in the first quarter.
- Ohio tied it up the 3:50 left in the first when Quiera Lampkins hit a free throw and then got a steal and an open layup to tied it at 7-7.
- Miami took a 9-7 lead on a layup
- Boesinger then hit a free throw to make the score 9-8 with 3:25 left.
- After the media timeout, Ohio went on a 6-0 run led by Dominique Doseck who hit back-to-back three pointers.
- Ohio would go up 17-11 with 1:02 left on a made three-pointer by Boesinger.
- Miami would hit two free throws in the final minute of the quarter and Taylor Agler would get one and the Bobcats would lead 18-13 after one quarter of play.
- Miami started the second quarter off with a layup, cutting the Ohio lead to 18-15 with 8:07 left in the quarter.
- Through the next five minutes, Miami cut the lead to as close at two with 5:20 left, However Kelly Karlis increaded the lead back to five with a made three pointer with 3:04 left, giving the Bobcats a 25-20 lead.
- The RedHawks responded with a three of their own, cutting the Bobcat lead to 25-23 with 2:35 left.
- Ohio would then go on a 5-0 run, capped off by a Lampkins layup to give the Bobcats a 31-23 lead at the half.
- At the half, Lampkins and Boesinger led the Bobcats in scoring with seven points each.
- Lampkins also snagged seven boards while Boesinger got six.
- Doseck added six points on two made three-pointers.
- As a team, Ohio shot 29 percent from the field, 33.3 percent from beyond the arc and .57.1 percent from the free throw line.
- Ohio grabbed 25 rebounds, dished out five assists and forced Miami into seven turnovers.
- For Miami, Lauren Dickerson led the team with seven points.
- The RedHawks started the third quarter with a made jumper.
- The Bobcats responded with a made three-pointer from Boesinger, giving the Bobcats a 34-25 lead with 9:24 left.
- Ohio would then go on a 9-1 run starting with a Jenkins three pointer, giving the Bobcats a 43-26 lead with 7:14 left in the third quarter.
- The Bobcats would go up by 18 points with 4:03 left off of a made free throw from Jenkins.
- With 2:56 left in the third quarter, Amani Burke would drain a three-pointer, putting Ohio up 51-31.
- Miami would cut the Bobcat lead to 51-34 with 1:49 left, However a steal and a layup by Lampkins would give Ohio a 56-34 lead with 52 seconds left.
- Miami would close out the quarter by making two free throws.
- The Bobcats would finish the third quarter with a 56-36 lead.
- Miami would open the fourth quarter on a 7-1 run, cutting Ohio’s lead to 57-43 with 8:37 left in the game.
- Lampkins would then connect on a layup and then make a free throw to make the score 60-43 with 7:41 left.
- Ohio would then go on an 8-2 run that involved two made layups by Boesinger to give Ohio a 70-46 lea with 5:52 left.
- With 3:14 left, Kendall Jessing would drain a three-pointer to put the Bobcats up 75-51.
- Olivia Bower and Hannah Thome would both contribute as well, Bower making a layup and Thome hitting two free throws to give Ohio a 70-58 lead with 56 seconds left.
- Miami would hit two more jumpers in the final seconds, but the Bobcats would come away with the 79-62 victory.
- Overall, Lampkins registered her fifth double-double of the season, scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Lampkins was 6-of-16 from the field and also grabbed three steals.
- Boesinger scored a season-high 17 points, going 6-of-15 from the field, 3-of-9 from three-point range and 2-of-4 from the free throw line. She also grabbed six rebounds.
- Jenkins added 11 points and four rebounds for Ohio while also dished out four assists.
- Karlis and Doseck both scored eight points.
- Agler led the team with six assists.
- Overall, Ohio was .387 from the field, .429 from three-point range and .655 from the free throw line.
- Ohio grabbed 45 rebounds, dished out 14 assists and had six steals.
- Ohio forced Miami to turn the ball over 15 times and scored 14 points off of them.
- The Bobcats also scored 24 points in the paint and 22 bench points.
- For Miami, the RedHawks were led by Leah Purvis who had 23 points.
- Overall, Miami shot .392 from the field, .313 from three-point range and .739 from the free throw line.
- Miami grabbed 31 boards, dished out eight assists and had six steals.

Beyond the Boxscore:
- This is Ohio’s 16 win, the third-straight year the Bobcats have had 15+ wins in a season.
- Head coach Bob Boldon now has 78 wins at Ohio, which moves him into second place in wins by a head coach at Ohio.
- This is the 542nd win in program history.
- The Bobcats are now 7-2 in MAC play.
- This is the 31st all-time in at Ohio.
- This gave Ohio its fifth-straight win over Miami.
- Hannah Boesinger’s 17 points was a new season-high for the season. She also set season-highs in field goals made (six), attempted (15), three-point field goals game (three) and attempted (nine).
- Quiera Lampkins registered her fifth double-double of the season and registered double-figure scoring for the 18th time this season.
- Hannah Thome registered her first two points of the season.
- Kendall Jessing hit her first three-pointer of the season.
- The Bobcats collected 45 rebounds for the first time since Nov. 26, 2016 against Murray State.

"It feels good to come in here and win. We kind of of turned it around after they were beating us up early in the paint, they were winning the points in the paint but we ended up winning that. Obviously our bench came in and gave us some pretty good minutes and I thought we did a really nice job rebounding in the circumstances that we didn't have Jasmine out there. You know, to come and play and win a conference game on the road by double figures without a starter, you just have to be happy going forward." – Head Coach Bob Boldon

"Hannah's going out and do her job, that's what Hannah does. That's what I think my favorite attributes of her and I think that's why her teammates appreciate her so much. So, she shows up everyday. I mean she's been sick for the last week and you wouldn't know the difference. She just goes out and plays her best and practices her best. You don't ever have to come out and give Hannah a pep talk because she's going to do her thing." – Head Coach Bob Boldon

"We knew that a big part of our team was missing so it took all of us to step up rebounding and scoring wise. I think Hannah and I really tried to fill that spot today for Jazz and walk out of here with a win today." – Yamonie Jenkins

"We knew we had to come out in the second half with more energy and shoot a little bit better than we did, we really concentrated on that. I think we ran plays a little bit better too and we were a lot more organized." – Hannah Boesinger

"It's always nice to help out our guards because our guards are scoring all of the points. Since Jazz is gone, I knew I had a little gap to fill this game. I'm happy to come out and get the team a win." – Hannah Boesinger

Coming Up:
The Bobcats return to action on Wednesday, Feb. 1 from the Ohio heads to Mt. Pleasant, Mich. to take on MAC West foe Central Michigan. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. and can be seen on ASN/ESPN3.