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NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. - The Little East Conference recently released its annual Fall All-Academic Teams, honoring student-athletes in the sports of men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's and women's soccer, women's tennis, and volleyball.
Senior forward Madeline Homoly led all scorers with 23 points, converting 9-of-12 shots from the field. Senior guard Becca Clark-Callender matched a season-high with 16 points in addition to recording eight assists as the Bears led the Maroons 21-11 in assists. WashU also held a 45-33 edge in rebounds.
Senior guard Rachael Sondag also reached double figures with 10 points. The Red & Green's bench outscored Chicago's 30-11, led by seniors Katie Claussner and Kristina Schmelter with eight points apiece.
Homoly gave the Bears the lead on the opening possession of the game on the dish by freshman guard Hayley Semple. The Maroons tied the score within the next minute before Semple, Clark-Callender and Homoly keyed a 6-0 Bears run.
Chicago pulled within four points multiple times in the first quarter but the Bears' frontcourt combo of Schmelter and senior Stephanie Botkin pushed WashU to an eight point edge. The Red & Green lead was pushed to double digits on a Clark-Callender triple.
The Maroons fought back to within four points with seven minutes to go in the second quarter. With 2:37 to go in the second quarter, Chicago still trailed by four points but freshman forward Samantha Weaver drove down the center of the lane before finding Schmelter for an and-one play in the paint. The three-point play gave the Bears a 37-30 edge. Senior guards Caroline Ballard and Claussner combined for five points down the stretch, as WashU ended the half with a 42-34 lead. 041b061a72