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November 10, 2013

MSU women fall to Mules

WARRENSBURG, MO. — The Minnesota State women's basketball team placed six players in double figure-scoring on Saturday but it wasn't enough as Central Missouri downed the Mavericks 96-88 in a season-opening game.

Aubrey Davis pumped in 20 points to lead MSU. Ali Wilkinson, Jamie Bresnahan, Karlee Gengenbacher, Ashley Olson and Brittany Scherber each scored 12 points.

The big difference in the game came at the free-throw line. MSU connected on 18 of 22 atempts while Central Missouri cashed in on 27 of 34 tries.

Wilkinson led the Mavericks in rebounds with 11.

MSU (0-1) hosts Buena Vista in another nonconference game at 7 p.m. Tuesday,

— The Free Press

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