By Tatiana Monsen
BUENA VISTA, Va.—The Southern Virginia women's basketball team picked up their third win in a row against Frostburg State University on Wednesday, winning be a margin of 83-66.
After a close first quarter the Bobcats (3-19, 0-15 CAC) took control of the game and went into halftime with a 17-point lead over the Knights (6-16, 4-11). Despite trailing, the Knights came out strong in the second half and outscored Frostburg State 56-22 to secure another win in the Capital Athletic Conference.
Senior Larissa Macfarlane scored a career high 23 points, including 17 in the second half alone, to assist the Knights' offense. Macfarlane also grabbed seven rebounds and recorded three assists. Sophomore Shelby Winsor scored 17 points and added 10 rebounds in her fourth double-double of the season.
Jamilla Gambee, Autumn Cramer, and Merideth Ouellette each scored 12 points for Southern Virginia. Gambee added four steals and six rebounds. Cramer tied her career high of nine rebounds and Ouellette added five assists.
The Knights shot 44.7% from the field and 86.7% from the free-throw line compared to the Bobcat's 35.7% and 60.9%
Southern Virginia returns to the Knight Sports Arena for their final home game of the season and senior day on Saturday, February 13 at 1 p.m.