By Sean Lynch
The Bonnies lost to the Siena Saints 70-62 after a strong offensive showing in the second half from the Saints.
Arielle Harvey scored a game high 17 points with 4 rebounds off the bench. Jalisha Terry also had a strong showing off the bench for the Bonnies with 16 points and 2 steals. Mariah Ruff had 12 points and 4 rebounds, the third Bonnie with double digit points in the game.
Both Mckenna Maycock and Danielle Migliore both had double digit career highs in rebounds with Maycock having 13 and Migliore with 11.
Starting off strong, the Bonnies led at halftime 35-26. The Saints came back in the second half led by the strong performance of Kollyns Scarbrough. She recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Maddie Sims had 16 points off the bench for the Saints.
Siena’s 21-11 advantage during the third quarter helped them take a 47-46 edge into the fourth quarter of the game.
The 18-2 run that held the Bonnies without a field goal for 8:23 would prove to be the driving point for the Saints’ victory over the Bonnies.
The Bonnies head on the road once again for a game against Canisius on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in Buffalo.