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Women’s team ended road trip with a loss

Biology freshmen Tera Snell guards the ball-handler against Tulane University Oct. 30. The Wolf Pack lost the matchup against Brewton-Parker College on Dec. 1. Photo Credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Biology freshmen Tera Snell guards the ball-handler against Tulane University Oct. 30. The Wolf Pack lost the matchup against Brewton-Parker College on Dec. 1. Photo Credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Biology freshmen Tera Snell guards the ball-handler against Tulane University Oct. 30. The Wolf Pack lost the matchup against Brewton-Parker College on Dec. 1. Photo Credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Biology freshmen Tera Snell guards the ball-handler against Tulane University Oct. 30. The Wolf Pack lost the matchup against Brewton-Parker College on Dec. 1. Photo Credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

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aAfter taking down Southern States Athletics Conference rival Florida College, the Loyola women’s basketball team tried to use that winning momentum versus Brewton-Parker College on Dec. 1.

However, the Barons got the best over the Wolf Pack as Loyola lost a close contest to their conference rival, 58-54.

Loyola sported a 37 percent field-goal percentage and a 30.4 three-point percentage as compared to Brewton-Parker’s 35.8 percent field-goal percentage and a 27.8 percent field-goal percentage. However, 12-straight buckets by the Barons in the late game gave them the win.

International business junior Kalia Anthony led her team in three categories. Anthony took the top spot on the Wolf Pack squad in rebounds and assists with eight for each and she shares the point-leader title with accounting junior Paige Franckiewicz with 12 points.

The No. 17 Loyola team now sits with a 4-4 overall record and a 1-1 conference record. Up next, the Wolf Pack will take on Southern University at New Orleans Dec. 5 at 5:30 p.m.

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