UNB Saint John wins big over Crandall University to close home stand before holiday break

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The UNB Saint John Seawolves played host to the Crandall University Chargers this past Wednesday, Nov. 27, in ACAA Female Basketball action.

Playing in their final home game before the mid-season holiday break, the Seawolves looked to establish their game early. They jumped to an early lead, up 22-7 after the first quarter.

UNB Saint John continued to attack in the second quarter and increased their lead over the Chargers 42-15, heading into halftime.

Crandall looked to get back into the game in the third quarter. They managed to outscore the Seawolves 12-3 in the quarter, by drawing the score to 45-27.

However, this was the closest Crandall came as the Seawolves squashed any hopes of a comeback in the fourth quarter.

After putting up 26 points, they won the game by a final score of 71-40.

Brittany Mallory scored 21 points to lead the Seawolves while Rachel Jefferson added 13 points.

Jillian Smith led the Chargers with 13 points and a game high 14 rebounds while Katie Cadman added 10 points. The Seawolves now move to 2-3 on the season while the Chargers fall to 0-7.

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