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Mac Splits BBall Doubleheader With Laurier

McMaster opened their first super Saturday of the year with a basketball doubleheader against the Laurier Golden Hawks.

The women’s game opened the day with a convincing 81-59 win.

Both teams started slow, missing a combined seven shots over the first 80 seconds of game play. Each team would get their first point on free throws.

McMaster and Laurier stayed close for the first half of the opening quarter before the Marauders turned it on, taking an 18-9 lead and never looked back.

Mac would extend their lead by another four points going into the break and by the end of the third had a 17-point lead.

Linnaea Harper would lead the Marauders, finishing the game with 22 points and 12 rebounds, draining all four attempts from beyond the arc. Hilary Hanaka (15), Olivia Wilson (15) and Sarah Gates all finished in double digits scoring for the home side.

McMaster now sits with a 10-4 record on the season and currently stand in second place in the OUA West Division.

In the men’s game, the Golden Hawks flew past Mac 79-64. The teams traded baskets in the opening minutes of play before Laurier took control just past the halfway mark of the opening quarter. At that point the Golden Hawks went on a 12-3 run to close out the quarter.

Laurier continued to control the game, putting up 29 points in the second quarter to McMaster’s 20.

The seconds half saw scoring fall off for Laurier, but it wasn’t enough to change the game as McMaster scored 31 points to Laurier’s 28 in the second half.

For the Marauders, David McCulloch led all players with 27-points while on the boards Matt Quiring pulled in eight rebounds.

The loss leaves McMaster in eighth place with a 2-12 record.

Both teams are now on the road for the next six games, returning to the Burridge Gym on February 7th to face the Waterloo Warriors.



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