LYNDON CENTER, VT – Thomas College was unable to hold on to a 10 point second half lead, falling to Lyndon State College in overtime, 62-58, in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) women's basketball tilt on Saturday night.
With the loss, Thomas falls to 3-18 (3-11 NAC), while the Hornets improve to 3-16 (3-11 NAC) on the season.
Emily Gray buried back-to-back jumpers in the final 21 seconds of the contest, including a game-tying three-pointer with: 03 remaining, to finish off the rally and send the contest to overtime. Gray scored three points to open the extra session and Chelsea Watson closed it out with four consecutive free throws to propel the Hornets to victory.
Katie McAllister had 21 points and nine rebounds to lead the Terriers and Elizabeth Goodall added 16 points, three assists and two steals. Ashleigh Gagne had nine rebounds and four blocked shots in the loss while teammate Kate Thibodeau chipped in eight points and nine rebounds.
Kelly Macomber had eight rebounds and four blocks in the loss.
Gray had 16 points and four rebounds for Lyndon while Watson collected 16 points, four assists and four steals. Chelsea Bagley grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds in the win and Sarah Cornell added nine point and nine rebounds.
Thomas will return to home hardwood next Friday, Feb. 14 as they host Castleton College at 5:30pm.