USF women overwhelm Harvard for easy win

by Gary Shelton on December 3, 2015 · 0 comments

in College Sports in Florida, USF

Jenkins' double-double consisted of 27 points and 20 rebounds./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Jenkins' double-double consisted of 27 points and 20 rebounds./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Wednesday, 11:15 p.m.

The USF women's basketball team has its own version of the triplets, it turns out.

Three players – Alisa Jenkins, Maria Jespersen and Courtney Williams – were more than enough as the Bulls beat Harvard, 86-59. The three of

Williams drives to the paint./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Williams drives to the paint./ANDREW J. KRAMER

them scored 64 points – enough to win all by themselves – and added 41 rebounds.

Jenkins led the way with 27 points and 20 rebounds. Jespersen had 19 points and nine rebounds. Williams had 18 points and 12 rebounds.

"I was really proud of how our guys assaulted the glass,” said head coach Jose Fernandez. “That was a big positive for us. The rebounds on the offensive end were key. As a team, we shared the ball; we made extra passes and went side to side more tonight than we have this season.”

The USF men's team fell 67-58 to Delaware. Roddy Peters had 14 points.

The Bulls fell to 2-6.

The USF women play Penn State at home on Saturday afternoon (3 p.m.) The USF men are at South Carolina at 4 p.m.

Jespersen shoots in her 19 point, 9 rebound performance./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Jespersen shoots in her 19 point, 9 rebound performance./ANDREW J. KRAMER

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