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The 42 points was also a tournament record and it helped the Golden Eagles improve to on the young season. Pacific falls to She's a senior captain and she looked like one tonight. She kept her composure when we were down and kept the team's spirits up. Shooting from the field will help you think positively. Oldenburg's career outing was almost wasted, as Marquette trailed by eight with under four minutes left.
However, as they had for the entire second half, the Golden Eagles turned up the defensive intensity, holding Pacific to one point in the last Oldenburg's traditional three-point play actually put Marquette up one with 35 seconds left, but Dolinda Meeker made the first of two free throws to knot the score. Kiesha Oliver's running one-hander in the lane as the clock expired was long, sending the teams to the extra session.
The Golden Eagles showed that experience in the overtime, going from the field and from the line. Sophomore point Kristi Johnson drilled a three and went from the charity stripe and Abbie Willenborg and Oldenburg combined to go from the line. Oldenburg had eight of her 42 in the extra session to counter some late three-point bombing from Selana Ho and Eden Palacio.
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Lisa had the big game for 's, but we earned the win with a total team effort. As with the first half of Marquette's Monday loss at Drake, the Golden Eagles squandered several early le in the first half. After taking a lead behind the hot hand of Oldenburg midway through the opening frame, MU saw the Tigers go on a run to close the half.
Pacific got hot in the latter ten minutes of the half, with seniors Chante Guggia and Palacio leading the way with 10 and nine points, respectively.
Oldenburg paced the Golden Eagles with 14 points and four boards. Oldenburg scored 24 of Marquette's final 38 points, but fell one point short of Marquette's all-time career mark. Marquette's all-time leading scorer, Julie Sievers, tallied 43 points against Carthage College on Feb.
Oldenburg also grabbed three rebounds and had two blocks and two steals. Willenborg scored 12, grabbed a team-high seven rebounds and dished out a career-high six assists. Johnson had 11 points and five assists. Pacific had five players hit double figures, led by Palacio's 18 and 17 from Millie Kimpton.
In tomorrow's champiosnhip game, the Golden Eagles will face the winner of the Idaho State-Oregon State game being played later tonight. The championship contest is slated to get underway at 9 p. Kimpton 17, Yarbrough 2, Guggia 10, Ho 15, Palacio 18, Luckey 0, Svensson 4, Johnson 3, Meeker 12, Clark 0. Totals 28 65 Oldenburg 42, Bowman 6, Willenborg 12, Johnson 11, Oliver 4, Klug 2, Gales 0, Williams 5, Seffern 2, Zawodny 2.
Totals Halftime - Pacific 39, Marquette Rebounds -Pacific 40 Meeker 8Marquette 36 Willenborg 7. Assists -Pacific 21 Meeker 6Marquette 18 Willenborg 6. Turnovers -Pacific 14, Marquette Fouled Out -Pacific Guggia. Total Fouls -Pacific 21, Marquette The use of software that blocks hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy.
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