Nov. 25, 2000
Maui, Hawaii – Krystal Scott scored a season best 18 points and dealt out five assists, leading Clemson to a 66-58 women’s basketball victory over Alcorn State Saturday afternoon. Clemson improved to 2-2 with the victory, while Alcorn State fell to 0-4. The victory gave Clemson the consolation championship of the first Maui Invitational.
Scott had scored just eight points in the first three games combined, then exploded for the 18 points on 6-8 shooting on Saturday. She also made 5-7 free throws and collected five rebounds and two steals.
Erin Batth, Clemson’s senior center, contributed 14 points and 10 rebounds. She hit 7-10 shots from the field and also had three steals in 28 minutes before fouling out. Chrissy Floyd was a third double digit scorer with 12 points for the Lady Tigers. Marci Glenney contributed eight points and three rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench for Jim Davis’s team.
Alcorn State was led by Cherea Wood, who had 18 points, while Monisa McGee hadded 14 points, five rebounds and four assists in just 19 minutes.
Clemson shot 44.2 percent from the field and 4-10 on three-point shots. Clemson’s defense held Alcorn State to 34.6 percdnt shooting, 32 percent on three-point shots.
Clemson will next be in action on Wednesday night at arch rival South Carolina.
October 20, 2020