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Griffon Women take down Newman

Western Women's Basketball hit the .500 mark Wednesday with a non-conference win against Newman. It’s the fourth consecutive year the Griffon Women hit the .500 mark in the first ten games of the season.

Posted: Dec 19, 2018 11:45 PM

ST. JOSEPH – Western Women's Basketball hit the .500 mark Wednesday with a non-conference win against Newman. It’s the fourth consecutive year the Griffon Women hit the .500 mark in the first ten games of the season.

Katrina Roenfeldt led the way for Western with a career-high 29 points. Jessica Davies led the team with nine rebounds to add to her 11 points on the evening.

Among the notables from the game was Brittany Atkins playing in her first game since January 15, 2018.

The Griffs return to the hardwood December 30th when they host Adams State.

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