By: John Murphy
CSC Sports Information Assistant
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- The Chadron State women's basketball team fell 102-51 in an exhibition game against Colorado State, Tuesday afternoon in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Since it was an exhibition game, the loss does not count against the Eagles record, but the Rams are now 1-0.
Due to a technical foul before the game began, Chadron State's Taryn Foxen hit a free throw before the opening tip to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead. The Rams scored the next 11 points and led the rest of the game.
CSU outshot CSC 54.5 percent to 26.7 percent.
Foxen led the Eagles with 18 points and had a team high three assists.
Jessica Lovitt had a team high six rebounds.
Five different players scored in double-digits for the Rams. Annie Brady, Lore Devos and Liah Davis each had 12 points, while Katie Stamatelopoulos and Jamie Bonnarens each had 10. Brady had a game high nine rebounds and Stamatelopoulos led both teams with five assists. 59 of the Rams points were scored by their bench.
Chadron State committed 18 turnovers compared to CSU's 11. The Rams scored 27 points off the Eagles 18 turnovers while CSC scored nine off CSU's 11.
The Eagles actual season begins this Friday at home, as they host Texas A&M International at 3 p.m. in the Chicoine Center