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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: NKU's MBB HC Brannen to Cincinnati
« on: April 15, 2019, 05:52:34 PM »
It seems to me that NKU is a "brand" of basketball. Kind of like YSU used to be in football. I do not feel this will be appealing to Calhoun, as he is really trying to keep his own brand.

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A school-record eight Youngstown State football student-athletes have been to the 2019 National Football Foundation's Hampshire Honor Society, the organization announced on Wednesday.

The 2019 NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football players from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college careers. An all-time high of 1,643 players from a record 424 schools qualified for membership in the Society's 13th year.

YSU student-athletes selected to the 2019 squad were Armand Dellovade, Vitas Hrynkiewicz, Avery Larkin, Will Latham, Tommy McCraw, Curtis Parks, Mark Schuler and Montgomery VanGorder.

"We are pleased to see another record number of athletes honored by the Hampshire Honor Society this year," said NFF President & CEO Steve Hatchell. "For more than a decade, it has become a powerful vehicle for schools to recognize their college football players who have distinguished themselves both academically and athletically, and we congratulate the schools and each of these young men for their commitment to excellence in all aspects of their lives."

The NFF Hampshire Honor Society capitalizes on the NFF's National Scholar-Athlete program by greatly expanding the number of scholar-athletes the NFF can recognize each year. The program further strengthens the organization's leadership role in encouraging academic performance by the student-athletes at the 778 colleges and universities with football programs nationwide.

The 1,643 players honored in 2019 sets a new high water mark, eclipsing the previous record of 1,274 honorees in 2018. The 424 schools represented breaks the previous mark of 308 set in 2018.

Nominated by their respective schools, members of the NFF Hampshire Honor Society must have:

    Completed their final year of playing eligibility in 2018;
    Graduated players, who have remaining eligibility but will not return to collegiate play (e.g. declared for NFL Draft or retired from football), may also be nominated.
    Achieved a 3.2 cumulative grade point average throughout entire course of undergraduate study;
    Met all NCAA- or NAIA-mandated progress toward degree requirements; and
    Been starters or significant contributors throughout the 2018 season.

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Youngstown State junior third baseman Blaze Glenn has been named the Nike Horizon League Batter of the Week for the period of April 1-7, the league office announced on Monday.

This is the second time this season that the Toronto, Ohio, native has earned the league's weekly offensive award. He was also the Batter of the Week on Feb. 25 after the second week of the season.

Glenn was 10-for-16 at the plate in leading the Penguins to three wins in four games last week. He hit seven singles, a double and two home runs while driving in eight runs. He posted a .625 batting average, a .714 on-base percentage and a 1.063 slugging percentage for the week.

Glenn went 2-for-4 with a pair of walks and an RBI in a 4-3 win over Kent State on Wednesday, and he delivered a clutch RBI single in the ninth inning that forced extra innings. The junior then went 4-for-4 with a two-run home run, a walk, two runs scored and a career-high five RBIs in YSU's 7-3 series-opening win over UIC on Friday. In game two against the Flames, Glenn was 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and a run scored to help lead the Penguins to a 6-5 victory. He also went 2-for-4 in the series finale on Sunday with a solo home run and two RBIs.

For the year, Glenn is batting .250 and leads YSU with four home runs, eight doubles, 22 RBIs and a .435 slugging percentage. He also has 11 stolen bases in 13 attempts, and he has hit safely in eight consecutive games. Glenn ranks among the top 10 in the conference in RBIs, doubles, home runs, walks and steals.

Glenn and the Penguins have five games on the schedule this week. YSU will play at Penn State on Tuesday before returning home to host Toledo at Eastwood Field on Wednesday at 5 p.m. The Penguins will then travel to Milwaukee for a three-game Horizon League series over the weekend.

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Softball
« on: April 04, 2019, 02:16:55 PM »
Well big changes now with 9 wins in-a-row. I think we just swept Niagara which I think had beaten us earlier in a tournament. I do acknowledge that the quality of our opposition has decreased from earlier, but you have really respect this turn-around.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Youngstown State senior Chad Zallow has been named the Horizon League Men's Runner of the Week for his performance at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays this past weekend, the league announced on Tuesday.

Zallow finished fifth in a strong 110m hurdles finals field at the Texas Relays. Zallow got off to a strong start in the race and was leading after the 5th hurdle while ultimately finishing in a time of 13.70 seconds.

The Penguins return to the track this Friday when they host the running and field events for the Northeast Ohio Quad at Farmers National Bank Field. The meet will get underway with the men's long jump at 12:30 p.m.

YSU Horizon League Athletes of the Week


April 2 - Chad Zallow

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Softball
« on: April 03, 2019, 12:13:01 PM »
Indianapolis, Ind. -- After leading the Penguins to a 5-0 week last week, Youngstown State junior Maddi Lusk (Johnstown, Ohio) and freshman Addy Jarvis (Vienna, Ohio) were named the Horizon League Softball Player and Pitcher of the Week, the league announced on Monday.

This is the second career weekly award for both Lusk and Jarvis

Lusk led the Penguins to a 5-0 week and extended their winning streak to nine games. Last week, Lusk batted .471 going to 8-for-17 with four runs, a double, three home runs and five runs batted in. She also had a 1.059 slugging percentage. She had three multi-hit games as well. Lusk went 2-for-3 with a double in a 1-0 win over St. Bonaventure and followed with a 2-for-3 performance that included a three-run home run in a 4-2 win over the Bonnies. Against IUPUI, Lusk went 3-for-4 with two home runs and two RBIs to lead the Penguins to a 6-3 win. Lusk also picked up a save against St. Bonaventure tossing three scoreless innings with four strikeouts.

Jarvis went 3-0 last week with three complete games and a 1.33 earned-run average and 30 strikeouts in 21 innings pitched. She fired a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts in a 1-0 win over Akron on March 26. Jarvis had 10 strikeouts in a three-hit shutout over St. Bonaventure on March 27. She also struck out nine in a complete-game win over IUPUI on March 29. She allowed just two walks and limited her opponents to a .125 batting average.

The Penguins visit Niagara for a doubleheader, Wednesday, April 3, at 3 p.m.

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Youngstown State junior Nikki Mendez has earned honorable mention accolades on the 2019 Southland Bowling League all-conference teams, the league announced on Tuesday.

Mendez, a native of Homer Glenn, Ill., is the first Penguins bowler to earn all-conference honors in the program’s history. YSU competed as an independent in its first two seasons and joined the Southland Bowling League in 2018.

"Nikki showed a lot of consistency down the stretch and emerged as an outstanding leadoff bowler,” YSU head coach Doug Kuberski said. “She provides us with great reads on the lanes, is an excellent communicator, and is a teammate in every sense of the word.”

“With as deep with talent as the Southland is, there could have easily been 10-15 additions to the all-conference teams. The talent is that good. We are appreciative of the honor and are looking forward to our second season competing in the conference."

Mendez led the Penguins in team game average and Baker frame average during the 2018-19 campaign. In team games, she posted a 189.40 average and registered 15 games of at least 200. She rolled a season-high 235 twice in the spring, including at the Columbia 300 Music City Classic when she totaled a career-best 1,063 set over five games. In Baker play, she averaged 19.05 pins per frame, which was the best on the squad by 0.47. Mendez bowled primarily in the anchor position her first two-and-a-half years but shifted to the leadoff spot for the spring.

This was the first time that the Southland Bowling League celebrated the successes of student-athletes through an all-conference team. Seven of the eight schools in the conference had a representative on one of the all-conference teams. The teams were chosen based on the Player Composite Performance Index of the league's top 20 bowlers throughout the season and including all Southland Bowling Tournament play. The Southland Bowling League yearly awards are presented

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: East Stands
« on: March 24, 2019, 01:08:34 PM »
Oh boy mister negative is at it again.  Now he is in his glory using the deer, mosquito blind over and over.
My reliable source tells me that the University will be splitting the Communication Department away from the ?Arts Department soon and will have a school dedicated to television, radio, electronic broadcasting to call our own with majors and minors. The building on the East side is for YSU Education not necessarily to fill the stands. Or did mister negative forget that? Another slick move was to centralize the press into a new state of the art broadcast facility sorely needed to free up space for more loges. I understand there is quite of backup of request for loges. (We may have to build another level on top of the two levels especially with the renovations planned/coming to the loges in the future).

All of this will be great news. I started out in the broadcasting program at YSU. Back then, you were allowed to create your own major, as long as it met the standards of a given school. I guess I watched too much "WKRP in Cincinnati" as a kid, so I created a major in broadcast management; hoping to own a radio or TV station some day. So I had 2 majors Speech, Communications & Theatre ...along with my degree major in Business Management. The broadcasting was a welcomed break from some of the academic grind and challenging in it's own ways.

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The Youngstown State bowling team will compete in a conference championship for the first time in program history this weekend as it participates in the Southland Bowling League Championship.

The Penguins will be the sixth seed in the tournament and will begin play at 9:30 a.m. on Friday against defending tournament champion and third-seeded Arkansas State. The tournament is being held at USA Bowl in Dallas, Texas, and live video of the Penguins' matches will be streamed on the YSUsports YouTube channel. InsideBowling.com will stream featured matches all three days of the tournament as well.

The winner of the SBL Championship will earn an automatic bid into the NCAA Women's Bowling Championship that will be held April 11-13 in Wickliffe, Ohio, which is located just east of Cleveland.

"The Southland and USA Bowl run a top-notch event, and we are excited to compete in our first conference championship," YSU head coach Doug Kuberski said. "This is mega-match format, so we'll be on the same pair for the entirety of each match, which definitely makes things interesting. In terms of our strategy, we are going to continue to focus on playing our game. This team is resilient and knows how to battle. I can't wait to take the lanes with them tomorrow."

Tournament Format

The Southland Bowling League Championship will be a double-elimination tournament, and each head-to-head matchup will follow a best-of-three format to determine which team advances. Each head-to-head contest will be a Mega Match that consists of a five-person team match, a Baker total pinfall match and a best-of-seven Baker match. If one team wins both the traditional game and Baker games, it will advance without bowling in the best-of-seven series.

If YSU prevails against Arkansas State, it will advance in the winners bracket and take on either Sam Houston State or Louisiana Tech at 2:30 p.m. If the Penguins fall to A-State, they'll fight to stay alive against the loser of the Sam Houston State-Louisiana Tech match at 2:30 p.m.

Scouting The Field

Seeding for the Southland Bowling League Championship is based on the most recent NCAA RPI ranking. Defending National Champion Vanderbilt is the top seed, and the Commodores are followed by Sam Houston State, Arkansas State, Stephen F. Austin, Tulane, Youngstown State, Louisiana Tech and Valparaiso. A-State won the SBL Championship in 2018, and Vanderbilt and Sam Houston State earned at-large berths into the NCAA Championship.

Scouting the Penguins

Youngstown State is in its third season as an intercollegiate program, and it competed as an independent before joining the Southland Bowling League for the 2018-19 season. The Penguins have been with two head coaches this season en route to a 49-49 head-to-head record and a No. 24 ranking in the most recent National Tenpin Coaches Association Top 25 Poll. Clint Dailey led the program on an interim basis during the fall semester, and Doug Kuberski became the full-time head coach in December. Kuberski was an assistant coach and interim head coach at Arkansas State in 2017-18.

Sophomore Emma Dockery has led the Penguins with a 189.25 average in team games, and she has bowled in the anchor position in Baker play for most of the spring semester. Junior Nikki Mendez leads the Penguins with 14 games over 200, and she is slightly behind Dockery in average at 189.13. She has moved from anchor to the leadoff spot in the spring. Junior Rachel Darrow has bowled in all but one team game and is averaging 187.15, and Emily Dietz, Rachel Ellis, Ashley Kolb and Alexis Sullivan have been on the travel squad all year while Emma Wasielewski has traveled for the last three tournaments. Ellis is the program's lone senior.

Recapping Last Week

Youngstown State finished 11th among a 29-team field at the Columbia 300 Music City Classic in Smyrna, Tenn., last weekend. The Penguins beat No. 1 McKendree in Baker play last Friday for the program's first win over a top-ranked team. YSU tied a program record with a 258 Baker game against Central Missouri at the tournament, and their 196.48 Baker game average was its best a tournament in school history. Mendez and Dietz both posted their best pinfalls for a tournament during their Penguins careers, posting respective scores of 1,063 and 988.

Up Next

If Youngstown State can win the Southland Bowling League Championship, it will earn an automatic bid to bowl in the NCAA Women's Bowling Championship on April 11-13. The national tournament will be held at RollHouse Wickliffe in Wickliffe, Ohio, which is located just east of Cleveland.

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We played very hard in the second half. Nice coaching by Barnes, but it was too much to overcome and UC never let us have a big run

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: East Stands
« on: March 21, 2019, 07:42:19 PM »
I think that Chief is on here. There are quite a few students in the broadcasting program, with a strong association with athletics. We could have a whole new group of students in attendance. Even if we only picked up a couple of hundred, it could be another way to get student participation numbers up.
So you think we are going to fill the east stands with hundreds of media broadcast students that haven't been going to games previously because they were forced to sit under the Mosquito Lake hunting blinds, but will now come to games because they are sitting in the shadow of a brand new state of the art broadcast facility? 
I'll let this go with, "I think you are pretty naive on this point".
I'd bet winning football will probably do more to fill the stands the an attachment to the broadcast facility, especially if the new facility is empty because we don't have a TV deal!
Many, if not most MVFC teams have local TV broadcasts.  Want to grow fan interest, get the fans involved.  TV can help and YSU is really dropping the ball with this.  Even if YSU supplements the broadcasts, it will help draw fans.

Of course, but you be equally naive to think that more the 25% of the students come here for anything more than an education and will ever attend a sporting event. The school is pockets of students, if we get one pocket, they may help us get more. That is all I am saying. All of the broadcast students would not make much of a dent.

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Well it started out even and we looked good, but now we are getting man-handled. It was 17-15 (YSU) and now it is 28-18 (UC).

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: East Stands
« on: March 21, 2019, 01:34:31 PM »
I think that Chief is on here. There are quite a few students in the broadcasting program, with a strong association with athletics. We could have a whole new group of students in attendance. Even if we only picked up a couple of hundred, it could be another way to get student participation numbers up.

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Indianapolis, Ind. - Youngstown State freshman Victoria Grans has been named the Nike Horizon League Women's Golfer of the Week for the period of March 13-19, the league office announced on Wednesday.

Grans earned medalist honors to lead YSU to a second-place finish at the Savannah State Spring Invitational at Crosswinds Golf Club in Savannah, Ga., on Thursday, March 14. She shot an even-par 72 at the one-day event to earn medalist honors for the first time in her career. It was the freshman's fourth top-10 finish of the season, and her third in the top five.

Grans' even-par 72 featured five birdies and nine pars. After carding a double bogey and two bogeys over her first three holes, she birdied or pared 14 consecutive holes from No. 4 to No. 17. The Stockholm, Sweden, native also became one of eight golfers in program history to have at least two rounds of par or better in a season. She also shot a 2-under-par 70 in her first collegiate round at the Roseann Schwartz Invitational during the fall.

Grans is the second Penguin to earn Golfer of the Week honors this spring; Katlyn Shutt previously earned the award for the period of Feb. 20-26. YSU has won two of the four weekly honors that have been awarded, and the other two have gone to Oakland's Veronica Haque.

Youngstown State will return to competition April 7-8 for the Indiana State University Invitational at the Country Club of Terre Haute in Terre Haute, Ind.

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Penguins Begin WNIT at Cincinnati on Thursday
« on: March 20, 2019, 07:04:49 AM »
    Youngstown State begins its fifth postseason tournament in the last seven years at Cincinnati on Thursday night in the opening round of the Women's NIT. Tipoff at Fifth Third Arena is set for 7 p.m., and the game against the Bearcats will be broadcast live on 1390 WNIO, iHeartRadio and Bearcats TV.

    The Penguins earned an at-large berth into the Women's NIT after going 22-9 and advancing to the semifinals of the Little Caesars Horizon League Women's Basketball Championship. This is the third time since 2013 that YSU is playing in the WNIT, having earned an automatic bid in 2013 and an at-large invitation in 2015.

    YSU has also recently played in the Women's Basketball Invitational in 2016 and 2018. This is the first time YSU is opening postseason tournament play on the road since the 2000 NCAA Tournament.

    YSU's 22-9 record in 2018-19 has been fueled by a 16-1 home mark. The Penguins set a school record with those 16 home wins, and they also set a program standard with 13 Horizon League victories.

    YSU has won at least 20 games for the fourth time in the last seven years and for the third time under Head Coach John Barnes. The Penguins won at least 21 regular-season games for just the fifth time in program history.

    Youngstown State is one of four Horizon League teams playing in the postseason. Wright State is a 13 seed in the NCAA Tournament, and Green Bay and IUPUI are also in the WNIT. The Penguins are one of eight teams from Ohio in the WNIT field.

    A conference-high three Penguins were named to the Horizon League first and second teams. Junior Mary Dunn was a first-team selection and was also voted the Horizon League Sixth Player of the Year. Fifth-year senior and fellow post Sarah Cash and sophomore guard Chelsea Olson earned second-team nods.

    Alison Smolinski has set YSU records for most 3s in a game (9), season (104) and career (257) in 2018-19. She also broke the conference record for 3s in a season, and she was named to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team after an 18-point performance against Green Bay in the semifinals.

    The Penguins have a balanced offensive attack with Smolinski, Cash and Dunn ranking fifth through seventh in the Horizon League in scoring. That trio and Olson all average between 10.3 points and 12.9 points per game.

    Youngstown State is one of 13 schools in the country to make at least 200 3-pointers in each of the last nine seasons. The Penguins are on pace to lead the Horizon League in 3-pointers per game for the fifth straight season.

    As a result of season-ending injuries and transfers sitting out, YSU has dressed a maximum of nine players every game this season.

    YSU leads the Horizon League in scoring margin, field-goal percentage, free-throw percentage, 3-point field-goal percentage, assists, assist-to-turnover ratio and 3-pointers per game.

Previewing Cincinnati

A Win Would...

    Improve YSU's record to 23-9 overall.
    Give YSU 23 wins for the sixth time in program history.
    Be YSU's second all-time in the Women's NIT.
    Be YSU's first in eight tries against Cincinnati.
    Be the 616th in school history and the 105th under Head Coach John Barnes.

Scouting The Bearcats

    Cincinnati is having its best season in quite a while, having won at least 20 games for the first time since 2003 and posting 12-or-more conference victories for the first time since 1999. UC is 21-10 overall, and it went 12-4 in American Athletic Conference play.
    The Bearcats rank third in the AAC in scoring offense at 67 points per game, and they were fifth in scoring defense. They are second behind UConn in scoring margin at plus-7.2, and UC is also second in field-goal percentage, assists and assist-turnover ratio. Cincinnati finished third in the conference behind UConn and UCF, which are both headed to the NCAA Tournament.
    Sophomore forward IImar'I Thomas was named First-Team All-AAC, and junior guard Antoinette Miller was a second-team pick. JUCO transfer Florence Sifa was the AAC Newcomer of the Year. Thomas leads UC with 13.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game, and Miller averages 12.7 points and team highs of 5.4 assists and 1.9 steals. Nikira Goings is the 3-pointers leader with 51.

Series History: YSU vs. Cincinnati

    Overall: Cincinnati leads 7-0
    Barnes: 0-1 // Home: 0-2 // Away: 0-4 // Neutral: 0-1
    Current Win Streak: 7 by Cincinnati
    YSU and Cincinnati are meeting for the eighth time in school history and for just the fifth time since the 1982-83 season.
    The last meeting between the Penguins and Bearcats came in the seventh game of Head Coach John Barnes' tenure at YSU on Dec. 8, 2013. Cincinnati won that contest 83-62 at Beeghly Center.
    This will be the second tournament contest between YSU and Cincinnati. The programs met in the Ohio Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women (OIASW) Tournament in Columbus on Feb. 28, 1980. Cincinnati won that contest 75-65.

Last Time vs. Cincinnati

    Youngstown State jumped out to a 13-4 lead before Cincinnati used big scoring runs around halftime en route to an 83-62 victory on Dec. 8, 2013, at Beeghly Center.
    The Bearcats outscored the Penguins 15-5 to close the first half and 13-3 to open the second half to take an insurmountable 50-30 lead with 15:57 left. YSU got within 12 with just over five minutes remaining but got no closer.
    YSU was led by Heidi Schlegel, who scored 24 points on 7-of-14 shooting from the field and a 9-of-12 effort from the free-throw line.

Quisenberry Connection

    A big part of Cincinnati's win over Youngstown State in 2013 was the play of freshman guard Bianca Quisenberry, who posted 21 points, nine rebounds and nine assists. That last name should strike an interest with Penguins fans, who watched Bianca's younger brother Darius start 32 games at point guard for the YSU men's basketball team as a freshman this season.
    Darius Quisenberry was named to the All-Horizon League Second-Team and to the All-Freshman Team for the Penguins in 2018-19. He was the conference freshman of the week three times, and he led YSU with 13.8 points and 3.8 assists per game.
    Bianca Quisenberry went on to score 772 points over 113 games in her Bearcats career.

YSU's Women's NIT History

    Youngstown State is playing the Women's NIT for the third time in program history, and all three appearances have come since the 2012-13 season.
    The Penguins earned the Horizon League's automatic bid to the tournament in 2013, and they have been at-large selections the two most recent times in 2015 and 2019.
    YSU won its first WNIT game in program history on March 21, 2013, by beating Indiana State 63-51 in Youngstown. Five Penguins scored in double figures, and Brandi Brown led the way with 16 points and 10 rebounds. The Penguins trailed 13-6 with 14 minutes left in the first half but scored the next 11 points and never fell behind again.
    YSU has dropped its last two WNIT contests. The Penguins fell 61-43 at Toledo on March 23, 2013, and they lost 72-54 to Duquesne at Beeghly Center on March 19, 2015.

All-Time Postseason Results

March 15, 1996 • NCAA Tournament at Penn State • L, 71-94
March 13, 1998 • NCAA Tournament vs. Memphis • W, 91-80
March 15, 1998 • NCAA Tournament at NC State • L, 61-88
March 17, 2000 • NCAA Tournament at Penn State • L, 63-83
March 21, 2013 • WNIT vs. Indiana State • W, 63-51
March 23, 2013 • WNIT at Toledo • L, 43-61
March 19, 2015 • WNIT vs. Duquesne • L, 54-72
March 16, 2016 • WBI vs. Stony Brook • W, 67-60
March 19, 2016 • WBI vs. UMBC • W, 67-48
March 23, 2016 • WBI at Louisiana • L, 49-69
March 14, 2018 • WBI vs. Binghamton • L, 59-70

On This Day

    The only other time that YSU has played on March 21 was when it beat Indiana State 63-51 in the opening round of the 2013 WNIT.
    Five Penguins scored in double figures, and Brandi Brown led the way with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Recapping Green Bay

    Youngstown State suffered a gut-wrenching defeat in the semifinals of the Little Caesars Horizon League Women's Basketball Championship on March 11, falling 55-53 to Green Bay.
    The Penguins led 50-47 on Melinda Trimmer's runner in the lane with 4:34 remaining. That ended up being their last field goal of the game, and Green Bay scored eight of the game's final 11 points.
    YSU had chances on their next three possessions to extend the three-point lead. Green Bay's Jen Wellnitz tied the score at 50 on with a 3 at the 2:37 mark, and she put the Phoenix ahead 52-50 with 1:33 left.
    McKenah Peters went 1-for-2 from the free-throw line with 1:11 remaining to make the score 52-51, and YSU missed two more shots inside of 15 feet in the final 20 seconds that would have given it the lead.
    YSU trailed 27-15 in the final minute of the first half, but it scored the final six points of the half and outscored the Phoenix 17-11 in the third to tie the score at 38-38.
    Peters made YSU's first two-pointer of the game on a driving layup with 39.4 seconds left. She followed it with a free throw, and Trimmer hit a 3 in the final seconds to make it 27-21 at halftime.
    Alison Smolinski went 5-for-5 from 3-point range in the third period, and she had 15 of YSU's 17 points in the quarter. Smolinski made her 100th triple of the season at the 8:16 mark of the period.
    Peters finished with 12 points and eight rebounds, and Trimmer scored in double figures for the eighth straight contest
    Entering the contest, YSU was 21-3 when three players reached double figures 16-1 when allowing fewer than 60 points and 13-1 when outscoring opponents off turnovers.

Up Next

    The winner between Youngstown State and Cincinnati will play either Northern Iowa or Minnesota in the second round of the WNIT.

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