SHEPHERDSTOWN — Holy Family routed Shepherd, 68-44, in a women’s basketball game played on Saturday at the Butcher Center. The nation’s 10th-ranked NCAA Division II team moved its record to 9-1 overall while Shepherd lost for the third straight time and had 2-5 record to take to Wheeling Jesuit tonight (Wednesday).
Shepherd had 25 turnovers and Holy Family had but 15. Alex Tamez had six of Shepherd’s turnovers. The Lady Rams shot only 27 percent (16-for-59) from the field, including a 2-for-20 (10 percent) showing on three-point attempts.
Erin Mann went 8-for-13 from the field and led Holy Family with 18 points. Molly Hanlon and Maggie Serratelli each had eight points.
Shepherd trailed, 34-21, at halftime before a sparse crowd.
Holy Family had a 21-7 lead with 11:17 left in the first half and was never troubled thereafter.