CARLISLE, Pa. - The Dickinson women's basketball senior duo of Jennifer Kremp and Gabby Sevrain accounted for 29 of the Red Devils 75 points as the Red and White earned a 75-30 win over Bryn Mawr College on Saturday afternoon at the Kline Center.
Kremp got the scoring started 1:12 into the game with a three off the feed from Caitlin Blackman, which was followed by a Kate Montgomery layup as well as another Kremp triple to jump on top 8-4. Dickinson continued to add onto their lead with a 13-0 romp over the last six minutes with buckets from Indatou Ali-Goukoye, Mia Kolb, Clair Marion, Gina Neigel, Jenna Weinstein, and Montgomery to take a 21-4 advantage through one.
The Red and White began the second with a 5-2 push as Kolb, Kremp, and Weinstein each found the bottom of the net. Sydney Collins then gave the Owls some life with a personal 6-0 run to close within 26-12 at the 4:14 mark. The teams traded the next eight points with Kremp and Neigel scoring for the Devils, while Collins netted the four for the guests making it 30-14. Sevrain capped a 4-1 stretch for Dickinson to push the margin to 34-15. Hannah Binder would beat the horn with a tough layup to send the game to the half.
The senior duo notched the first seven DC points of the third to extend the advantage to 41-19. After a layup from Hallie Kern, the Red and White responded in a big way as Blackman, Kolb, Marion, Montgomery, and Neigel went on a 15-0 rampage to make it 56-21 with two minutes left in the third. Aliya Stubenbord and Ella Smith traded baskets to end the frame.
Dickinson began the final period with a 6-0 push with Lindsey Hollenshead and Weinstein scoring before Kremp drilled a shot from long range for a 64-22 lead at the halfway point. Collins responded with four straight, but then Kremp and Smith answered back to make it 70-26. The Red Devils would outscore the Owls 5-4 the rest of the way to secure the win.
Red Devil Leaders
Points - Kremp (23 - career-high), Marion and Neigel (7)
Rebounds - Kremp (8), Ali-Goukoye (7), Blackman (6)
Assists - Blackman (5), Abby John, Kremp, and Marion (2)
Points - Collins (13)
Rebounds - Sonja Meijer and Collins (6)
Assists - Stubenbord (3)
Next on the Court
Dickinson (14-10, 13-7 Centennial) will be the fourth seed in next week's Centennial Conference playoffs and will host Washington College on Tuesday at a time to be determined. Stay tuned to dickinsonathletics.com for more information.