The Saint Joseph’s women’s basketball team missed a golden opportunity to add to their win total Friday night, dropping a 72-66 decision in overtime to Hartford.
St. Joe’s was in control most of the game, leading by as much as 12 in a sloppy, turnover-ridden first half. But the Hawks suffered through a field goal drought of nearly eight minutes starting at the 11:16 mark in the second half, allowing Hartford to embark on a 19-2 to take a seven-point lead.
St. Joe’s fought back though, and a Mariame Djouara, ’10, lay-up with five seconds left to tie the game at 59 and send it to overtime. Continue reading