PULLMAN, Wash. - The Lewis-Clark State College women's basketball team ran into a tough and improving Washington State University squad from the Pac-10 Conference and fell 76-58 in an exhibition contest on Sunday afternoon.
The Cougars' quickness caused the Warriors problems throughout the contest. LCSC committed 39 turnovers in the contest, which helped WSU attempt almost twice as many shots from the field.
WSU only hit 30.4 percent of its shots, but attempted 92 shots, compared to 49 for LCSC. The Cougars finished 28-of-92, while LCSC was 20-of-49 for 40.8 percent.
Sophomore Kirsi Voshell nearly had a double-double in the contest as she led LCSC with 14 points and also added nine rebounds. Fellow sophomore post Alyssa Fierro finished with a team-best 12 rebounds.
Nikki DePeel finished with 12 points for LCSC, while Jasmine Stohr added 10. Lauren Daling finished with nine points.
WSU outrebounded LCSC 56-48 and had 30 offensive boards in the contest.
The Cougars, who led 42-31 at halftime, had four players in double figures.
The Warriors open their season on Monday in a Warrior doubleheader against Northwest Christian University. The women's game starts at 6 p.m. at the LCSC Activity Center, followed by the men's game at 8 p.m.