PLYMOUTH â€“ The Ancilla College womenâ€™s basketball team struggled to execute on the offensive end, connecting on just 28 percent of their shots, as they lost to Lake Michigan College 57-43 in MCCAA Western Conference play on Wednesday.
Shalana Murray posted another double-double for the Lady Chargers (5-14, 3-8 MCCAA Western) this season with 10 points and 13 boards on the night.Â Meghan Brown also had 10 points for Ancilla.
â€śWe did not execute well on the offensive end,â€ť said Ancilla womenâ€™s basketball coach Dave Liverance.Â â€śWe did not execute the fundamentals well.Â We must give credit to Lake Michigan for the way they defended us.â€ť
Barbara Johnson was the only player in double figures for Lake Michigan (15-5, 10-2 MCCAA Western), leading all scorers with 18 points.
â€śI thought our defense played well enough to win the game,â€ť said Liverance.Â â€śWe rebounded the ball well.
â€śWe have several players out due to injury and we need other players to step up and fill those voids.â€ť
The Lady Chargers resume play on Saturday, Feb. 12 when they host conference rival Kalamazoo Valley Community College as part of the â€śChargers for Changeâ€ť fundraiser for breast cancer awareness.Â Tipoff is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. EST.