PORT HURON, Michigan – The Columbus State women's basketball team suffered two losses on the road this weekend.
Inside the Games
-Lost to D2 Muskegon and Kellogg
- Record: 4-3 overall
Game One: Columbus State 48, Muskegon 76
-Held to a season-low 21.7.9% shooting percentage, the Cougars managed 66.7% (8-12) at the line.
-The 28-point loss is the largest defeat for Columbus State this season.
-Anjalee Key powered the Cougar offense with 16 points. She also pulled down six rebounds.
-Saraysia Nelson and Taj Turner led the rebounding effort with seven boards apiece. Nelson also registered two assists and a team-high two steals.
Game Two: Columbus State 66, Kellogg 77
-The Cougars recorded double digit steals (12) for the third time this season.
-Anjalee Key posted some impressive defensive numbers, including 11 rebounds (8 defensive), four blocks, and three steals.
-Columbus State is 6th nationally in blocks per game (6.0) and 14th in defensive rebounds per game (30.1).
The Cougars travel to Dayton on Tue, Nov. 26 to face Sinclair Community College. Tip-off is 5:30 p.m.