SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Carli Codner-Pinto led five players in double figures with 22 points as the Columbus State women's basketball team cruised past Clark State in an 89-49 win on Wednesday evening.
With its second straight win, Columbus State is 11-13 overall and 7-7 in conference play.
Codner-Pinto added six assists and five rebounds for the Cougars, while Katlyn Ray and Keyvona Davis each scored 16 points. Allyse Rutter posted 15 points, Hunter Kershaw added 12, and Antishay Rahim chipped in eight points.
Kershaw led all players with 15 rebounds for her 16th career double-double while Davis and Rahim grabbed 14 and 13 respectively. Rutter just missed a triple-double with a game-high ten assists and eight boards.
Collectively, the Cougars out-rebounded the Eagles 55-34 and forced 31 turnovers while committing only 12 lost possessions, a season-best.
Columbus State returns to action on Saturday for their last regular season game when they hit the road to take on Edison Community College in Piqua at 1:00 p.m.