Women's Basketball falls in MASCAC tilt at Framingham

Women's Basketball falls in MASCAC tilt at Framingham

Framingham, MA- Framingham State's Mary Kate O'Day and Emily Velozo scored 21 and 20 points respectively as they handed the visiting MCLA Trailblazers a 78-47 defeat this afternoon in MASCAC action.  The Rams stay perfect in conference play at 3-0 and are now 11-5 overall on the season.  The Trailblazers fall to 0-4 in the conference and 2-12 overall.

Framingham jumped on MCLA right from the start as they opened up a 31-14 lead after one quarter of play.  They would increase the lead to 47-23 at halftime.  Framingham drilled eight three pointers in the opening half of play.

MCLA never threatened in the second half as the Rams cruised home.

O'Day was 7-10 from the floor which included a 5-6 showing from beyond the arc.  She completed the double double with 11 rebounds and added 2 assists and 2 steals.  Velozo was 7-13 shooting and made 8 three pointers in the win.  Framingham shot 48% in the win.

MCLA was paced by Erika Ryan's team best 9 point effort.  Maddie Teta added 8 while Shannon Carney netted 7.  MCLA shot just 29% from the floor.

The Trailblazers are off until Wednesday when they head to Worcester State.