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No. 21 Oregon Tech Moves on to CCC Semifinals with Win Over Corban

Feb 25, 2014
No. 21 Oregon Tech Moves on to CCC Semifinals with Win Over Corban

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Kassi Conditt recorded a double-double and Oregon Tech moved into the semifinal round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament with a 72-58 win over Corban University tonight at Danny Miles Court.

The No. 21 ranked Lady Owls improved to 26-5 overall and will next host College of Idaho this Friday in Klamath Falls.  Oregon Tech is the second-seed while College of Idaho comes in as the tournament’s third-seed.

Karissa Dixon opened the scoring with Kassi Conditt scoring next to give the Owls a 5-0 lead.  Corban’s Tara Vanweerdhuizen made it 5-2 on a short jumper, but the Owls would score the next 10-straight capped off by a Maria Ramirez layup as Tech held a 15-2 lead early.

Corban, however, would outscore the Owls 18-10 over the next 13 minutes, as Oregon Tech took a 25-20 lead into intermission.

Corban managed to pull within two points on two occasions, the last at 27-25 with 17:39 remaining, before an Owls 10-0 run pushed the home team out to a 37-25 advantage.  Tech would hold on to a double digit lead throughout the remainder of the game, going up by as many as 16 points with 2:03 to play.  The Owls would move on to the next round after the 72-58 victory.

Kassi Conditt recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds to go with five blocks, two assists and two steals.  Karly LeVeque and Reb Matteri added 11 points with Tess Armstrong chipping in 10 points in the win.

Jade Lowery led the Warriors with 16 points, followed by Julia Young’s 15 points.  Tara Vanweerdhuizen added 11 points and a game-high eight blocks.  Corban ended their season with a 13-18 record.

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