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Ferris State Upsets Second-Seeded Michigan Tech In GLIAC Women's Basketball Tournament

 

The Ferris State University women's basketball team kept its season alive as the Bulldogs upset second-seeded Michigan Tech 67-57 in the quarterfinal-round of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Tournament on Wednesday (Feb. 28) night in Houghton.

The Bulldogs went point for point with the Huskies until the final quarter when they increased their advantage to 10 points and held on to move into the GLIAC Semifinals on Sautrday (March 3), which will be held in Ashland, Ohio.

Ferris State was led by its senior class as veteran guard Leah Humes had 19 points in the victory while senior center Rachel McInerney had 16 points along with 14 rebounds in a double-double showing. FSU also got 13 points from freshman guard Shaniya Huggins in the triumph.

FSU led by two points at the end of the first quarter and held a five-point lead at halftime before also outscoring MTU in each of the final two periods of action.

Overall, the Bulldogs made 27-of-53 (50.9%) field goals and went 1-of-3 (33.3%) from three-point range along with 12-of-25 (48%) at the free throw stripe in the victory over MTU.

In addition to McInerney's 14 boards, the Bulldogs got 11 from Brayene Benner off the bench while owning a 48-33 edge over the Huskies on the glass.

Overall, FSU limited MTU to 32.8% shooting with the Huskies going five-of-24 (20.8%) from three-point range and eight-of-12 (66.7%) at the line.

Elizabeth Kelliher paced Michigan Tech with 17 points while the Huskies also got 11 points from Kelli Guy and 10 by Brenna Heise.

Ferris State finished with seven steals and seven blocks in the win go go with 17 turnovers. Meanwhile, MTU had six assists and three blocks with 10 turnovers overall.

The Bulldogs were making their first GLIAC Postseason appearance since 2013 and the 15 wins to date for FSU are the school's most since 2012.

Ferris State will face archrival Grand Valley State on Saturday (March 3) in the GLIAC Semifinals with tipoff set for 4 p.m. (ET) at AU's Kates Gymnasium. The other semifinal will pit top-seeded Ashland versus Northwood at 2 p.m. with the winners meeting in Sunday's title game.

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2/19/24

White Cloud 48 @ Big Rapids 53 (OT)

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Lakeview 46 @ Tri County 54

C Montcalm 55 @ Kent City 52 (OT) 

Chip Hills 48 @ Newaygo 58

Grant 41 @ Reed City 60

2/19/24

Reed City 32 @ Cadillac 54

Morley Stanwood 68 @ Tri County 63

Shepherd 56 @ Chip Hills 39

Lakeview 58 @ St Louis 50

2/21/24

CSAA Tournament

  Big Rapids 48 @ Reed City 46 (CSAA Tourn Champ)

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  Chip Hills 30 @ Kent City 56 (CSAA Tourn)

  C Montcalm 40 @ Newaygo 82 (CSAA Tourn)

  Lakeview 41 @ Morley Stanwood 52 (CSAA Tourn)

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Morley Stanwood @ Tri County (CSAA Tourn)

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CSAA Basketball (Girls)

2/19/24 - 7:00pm

Hart 45 @ Morley Stanwood 40

Newaygo 38 @ Oakridge 46

2/20/24 - 7:00pm

Chip Hills 33 @ Beal City 67

Big Rapids 39 @ Cadillac 41

Whitehall 44 @ Grant 71

Hesperia 18 @ Tri County 71

Lakeview 55 @ Pine River 41

Reed City 36 @ McBain 40

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Shelby 41 @ Newaygo 48

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Reed City @ C Montcalm

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Lakeview @ Kent City

Newaygo @ Chip Hills

 

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  1. Reed City 18-3 (10-0)
  2. White Cloud 16-5 (8-2)
  3. Big Rapids   15-6 (8-2)
  4. Grant   13-6 (8-2)
  5. Newaygo 13-8 (6-4)
  6. Central Montcalm 8-12 (4-6)
  7. Kent City 7-14 (4-6)
  8. Tri County 6-15 (3-7)
  9. Chip Hills 5-16 (3-7)
  10. Morley Stanwood 2-17 (1-9)
  11. Lakeview 5-16 (0-10)

CSAA - Girls

  1. Morley Stanwood 15-3 (8-1)
  2. Grant 13-4 (8-1)
  3. Kent City 15-4 (7-2)
  4. Reed City 11-8 (7-2)
  5. Big Rapids 10-8 (6-3)
  6. Lakeview 10-9 (4-5)
  7. Central Montcalm 8-11 (4-5)
  8. Newaygo 10-9 (3-6)
  9. White Cloud 7-13 (2-8)
  10. Tri County 3-14 (1-8)
  11. Chip Hills 1-18 (0-9)

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