Loggers, Lutes continue rivalry Tuesday

Loggers, Lutes continue rivalry Tuesday

TACOMA, Washington – The season's final installment the women's basketball crosstown rivalry between Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran is set for Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 6 p.m. at Pacific Lutheran.



 Puget Sound at Pacific Lutheran


 Parkland, Wash. | Olson Gym  


 Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6 p.m.


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The first time around

The first time these two teams met this season, the Loggers beat the Lutes, 65-54, in Memorial Fieldhouse (Jan. 16). Jamie Lange scored 16 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in the winning effort, while Elizabeth Prewitt added 13 points and eight rebounds. Cassidy Daugherty also added 13 points.


Jammin' with Jamie

Jamie Lange has been a consistent force in the Northwest Conference all season. She currently ranks third in the league for points per game (16.8), first in rebounds per game (11.6), second in blocks per game (1.6), and sixth in field-goal percentage (52.7 percent). She has 14 double-doubles this season.


Shooting out of a slump

Cassidy Daugherty is the Loggers' top 3-point threat, but she hit a rough 3-game stretch when she was 4-for-24 (16.7 percent) from beyond the arc. However, Daugherty shot her way out of the slump by hitting five out of 10 3-point attempts against Pacific (Feb. 10).


The Prew streak

Elizabeth Prewitt has scored in double figures in 10 consecutive games for Puget Sound, and she's averaging 14 points per game during that stretch.


Scouting Pacific Lutheran (5-18, 1-13 NWC)

The Lutes enter Tuesday's contest with six consecutive losses. The Lutes are last in the league in total scoring with 57.0 points per game, and they're last in 3-point field-goal percentage (25.1 percent). Madison Salisbury is the team's leading scorer (13.5) and rebounder (6.0).


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