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The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team improved its record to 2-1 on its Canadian road trip with a 72-51 win over the Grant MacEwan College Lady Griffins in Edmonton on Tuesday.
Northern rolled to a 40-22 first-half lead, thanks to 10 first-half points by senior Khadiga Mohamed, and never looked back.
Mohamed finished with a game high 20 points, while senior Anna Bateman scored 16 points, including four three-pointers. Transfer Megan Valgardson chipped in with 11 points.
The win improves the Skylights' record to 9-5 on the season. They will continue their stay up North, heading to Calgary for the Mount Royale College Invitational tournament on Friday.
GRANT MACEWAN COLLEGE (51)
Hansen 2, Hanson 6, Pyzyk 9, Talbot 2, Campbell 4, Rowbotham 2, Stang 3, Nosworthy 3, Pigford 4, Hatfield 10, Vanderven 2.
Jessi Reome 4, Kristie Pullin 2, Anna Bateman 16, Khadiga Mohamed 20, Chasi Buffington 1, Jena Heggem 2, Brettney Vermandel 4, Sheena Darlington 6, Michele VanDyke 6, Megan Valgardson 11.
Rocky Mountain 105, Johnson & Wales 72
BILLINGS (AP) - Former KG star Jake Stuart scored 21 points and grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds Tuesday as Rocky Mountain claimed its second win of the Hampton Inn Classic with a 105-72 defeat of Johnson and Wales.
Ken Waldo added 18, and three other Bears made it into double digits as Rocky hit 54 percent from the field and outrebounded the Wildcats 53-24.
Johnson and Wales ended the first half trailing 51-23, then more than doubled their points in the second, but it wasn't enough to keep up with the Bears. Troy Welshaar led the Wildcats and the game with 23 points.
Rocky Mountain opened the tournament Monday with a 101-60 victory over the University of Regina.