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College Women's Basketball: Anoka-Ramsey too much for Warriors, 76-47

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WILLMAR -- The Ridgewater women's team played strong in the opening minutes against the top-ranked team in NJCAA Division III before buckling.

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No. 1-ranked Anoka-Ramsey, the defending Division III national champion, claimed a 25-4 advantage on points from turnovers and defeated the Warriors 76-47 in a MCAC Southern Division game on Saturday.

"We were right there the first 10, 12 minutes," said Warriors head coach Carrie Ogdahl. "Then, boom, they were gone."

Shooting woes continue to plague the Warriors, who hit just 29 percent from the field and allowed Anoka-Ramsey 17 steals.

Shantel Kelly led the Warriors with 13 points and she and Lynsey Runke both had 9 rebounds. Alicia Koenen scored 12 points.

Anoka-Ramsey had three players score in double figures, led by Tracy McGregor with 16 points.

The Warriors play their next two games on the road, Wednesday at Fergus Falls and Saturday at Central Lakes.

Anoka-Ramsey 76,

Ridgewater 47

Anoka-Ramsey (5-0, 16-2) 37 39 -- 76

Ridgewater (1-4, 4-13) 16 31 -- 47

ANOKA-RAMSEY - 28-65 FG (6-12 3-pt); 14-30 FT; 46 rebounds; 15 fouls ... Scoring: Erica Parker 5, Cami Bauer 8, Brianna Hooker 7, Capreice Ogris 15, Tamarra Shorter 10, Allison Ballstadt 7, Jenessa Tesch 8, Tracy McGregor 16 ... 3-point shots: Bauer 2, Ogris 1, Shorter 1, Ballstadt 2 ... Rebound leaders: Tesch 6 ... Assist leaders: Ogris 4 ... Steal leaders: Ogris 4, Shorter 4

RIDGEWATER - 19-65 FG (2-8 3-pt); 7-17 FT; 53 rebounds; 23 fouls ... Scoring: Lynsey Runke 5, Mikell Melius 2, Annie Winter 8, Cameo McNeley 3, Shantel Kelly 13, Alicia Koenen 12, Bobbie Uecker 4 ... 3-point shots: Koenen 2 ... Rebound leaders: Runke 9, Kelly 9, Uecker 6, Melius 6 ... Assist leaders: Runke 3, Melius 3, Uecker 3 ... Steal leaders: McNeley 2

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