Strautmane has 17 No 15 Orange women bury Eastern Shore

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Digna Strautmane led five players in double figures with 17 points and No. 15 Syracuse hit a season-high 16 3-pointers to cruise to a 96-51 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore on Wednesday night.Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Orange (8-2). Strautmane matched her career-high with five 3s.Maryland-Eastern Shore surprised the Orange in the first quarter, shooting 53 per cent and taking a 24-21 lead. Amanda Carney had 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting. Strautmane had nine points, matching her season high with three treys.Syracuse opened the second quarter with a 16-2 run and made five shots from distance in outscoring Maryland-Eastern Shore 31-7.The Orange had a 22-0 run that spanned the third and fourth quarters.Miranda Drummond had five 3s and 15 points.Carney finished with 13 points for the Lady Hawks (2-6), who ended up shooting 36 per cent after their hot start.The Associated Press read more

Bundesliga Round 6 Flensburg with an easy victory against Grosswallstadt

eggertFlensburggrosswallstadtHannoverhannover burgdorfmelsungenpatrailvuckovic ← Previous Story Nikola Karabatic, Luka Karabatic and Samuel Honrubia arrested? Next Story → Poland Superleague: Surprise really close! Wisla won against Piotrkow Flensburg-Handewitt proved once again that they are serious contenders this season for the top spots on the table, and tonight their “victim” was the host team of Grosswallstadt. Led by Anders Eggert who had 11 goals for the Schleswig-Holstein side, Flensburg in the end won comfortably with 29:23 (13:10).In Melsungen, the home team were a small favorite, but with the new acquisition this season no one should write off Hannover-Burgdorf. In an even game, and even result occured (26:26), and the interesting thing is that the final score was settled already in 56:34 minute, with no one being able to score in the final 3 and a half minutes of the match. Mait Patrail and Nenad Vuckovic were the leading scorers for their teams, respectively. read more