Hines scores 19 in Cal’s win over Kutztown
Ashley Hines came off the bench to score 19 points and also had eight rebounds as California University topped Kutztown, 63-52, in a PSAC women’s basketball crossover game Saturday.
Elena Antonenko added 18 points for the Vulcans (7-5), who overcame a slow start in which they made just nine of 36 shots in the first half and trailed 26-24.
Adiva Campbell led Kutztown (5-7) with 14 points, and Kara Funk added 12 points off the bench.
Kutztown turned the ball over 23 times, leading to 21 points, while California’s 16 turnovers led to just 12 points.
Waynesburg 64, Geneva 42: Waynesburg took advantage of Geneva’s poor shooting and penchant for turning the basketball over to grab a 64-42 victory in a Presidents’ Athletic Conference game.
The win is the second in as many days and moves the Yellow Jackets to 5-6, 3-1 in the conference. Geneva fell to 1-9, 0-4 in the conference.
Geneva played only seven players, shot 26 percent from the field on 13 of 50, and turned the ball over 20 times.
Elaine Hasek and Hayden Giuliani each scored 11 points Courtney Sargent tossed in 10.
California 68, Kutztown 62: Jake Jacubec scored a game-high 21 points and Alonzo Murphy had a double-double as California dropped Kutztown 68-62 in a PSAC crossover game.
The win raised Cal’s record to 5-8 and Kutztown dropped to 3-9.
Murphy had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Vulcans and Arman Marks chipped in with 19 points.
Tracy Peal scored a game-high 29 points and Austin Beidelmann added 11 points for Kutztown, which shot one of 10 from three-point range. Cal was seven of 14.
Waynesburg 82, Geneva 59: Four players hit double figures – and three of them finished with 14 points – to help Waynesburg to an 82-59 victory over Geneva in a Presidents’ Athletic Conference game.
The win raised Waynesburg’s record to 6-7, including 1-3 in the PAC.
Geneva fell to 4-8 and 0-3 in the conference.
E.J. Coleman, Jason Probst and Thomas Ellis each scored 14 for the Yellow Jackets, who led 44-22 at halftime and led by as many as 29 points in the second half. Byrum Louco chipped in with 12 points.
Jordan Harbison tossed in a game-high 17 points for Geneva, which never led in the game. Chaese Vaudrin contributed 14 points.