PORTLAND, Ore. - Oregon Tech allowed a 48 point second half scoring outburst by Warner Pacific College, as the Knights sunk the Lady Owls tonight at Bart Valentine Court in Portland by a 75-65 final.
Karissa Dixon notched a team-high 16 points and grabbed 9 boards in 75-65 loss at Warner Pacific. (photo by Kelly Caleb)
Oregon Tech falls to 10-5 overall and will take a 3-2 Cascade Collegiate Conference record into Concordia University tomorrow.
Karissa Dixon led the Owls with a team-high 16 points and tied Kassi Conditt for team-high honors in rebounds with 9 each. Nicole Aboumrad tallied 15 points in the loss for Tech.
Oregon Tech connected on 41.0% from the floor (25-for-61), but allowed the Knights 50.9% shooting in the contest (27-for-53), including 7-of-14 from long range with the home team going perfect from the charity stripe (14-for-14). The Owls would record 21 assists and 16 turnovers with WPC outrebounding the Owls 33-31.