Women's Basketball Erases 21-Point Deficit to Beat Air Force
After trailing by as many as 21 points, the Army West Point Women's Basketball team used a strong second half to come back and beat service academy foe Air Force, 68-66, Wednesday evening at Clune Arena. Leading the second half push were Sabria Hunter and Alisa Fallon. Hunter, who scored eight of the Black Knights' first 10 points in the second half, shot 6-of-8 from the field in the final 20 minutes. Fallon took over in the fourth quarter, scoring eight points including a pair of threes.
Army shot 58.1 percent from the field (18-of-31) in the second half and was 44.4 percent from beyond the arc (4-of-9). The Black Knights held the Falcons to 30.9 percent shooting (13-of-42) in the same half. With the win, Dave Magarity now owns a record of 7-2 against the Falcons and is 4-0 in games played at Air Force. The 14th-year head coach holds a mark of 249-152 at Army. Hunter registered her second career double-digit scoring game, finishing with 16 points. Additionally, the plebe forward collected 10 rebounds to record her first career double-double. Read more.