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Cogmon has career night in road loss to Bryn Mawr

Cogmon has career night in road loss to Bryn Mawr

BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Clayshonia Cogmon poured in a career-high 28 points for the Bryn Athyn College women's basketball team in a 76-66 non-conference loss to Bryn Mawr College Wednesday night.

Cogmon—who recorded the first 20-point effort in her career—shot 13-of-21 from the field in 34 minutes. The 13 made baskets are also a career best. She added seven steals, tying the most in her career, and six rebounds.

Allie Warren contributed 16 points, six rebounds, and six steals. Warren sank three 3-pointers.

Bryn Athyn (0-9) had its best offensive output of the year so far, setting season highs for points, field goal percentage (42.9 percent), made baskets (27), and assists (14).

After trailing for the entire opening quarter, Bryn Athyn kicked off the second stanza with a 7-0 surge to take a 21-19 advantage on a Warren triple at the 8:14 mark. With the score level at 26, the Owls (1-8) scored eight of the final nine points of the first half to lead 34-27 at the break.

Both offenses caught fire in the third quarter with Bryn Mawr outscoring Bryn Athyn 29-18 to widen the gap to 63-45. The Owls shot 68.8 percent (11-of-16) from the field, while the Lions connected at a 53.3 percent (8-of-15) clip. Janalene Phillips scored six of her nine points in the quarter.

Bryn Athyn fought back to win the final quarter by a 21-13 margin to close the gap to 10. The Lions forced nine Owl turnovers and made 50.0 percent (8-of-16) of their shots. Cogmon led the offense with 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting.

Bryn Mawr had three players in double figures, led by 21 points and 12 rebounds from Halena Martin. Laya Paladugu added 20 points and seven rebounds, while Odinaka Oranekwu had 10 points and seven boards.

Bryn Athyn closes out the 2018 portion of its schedule with a game at Wesley on Saturday, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m.

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