No. 21 George Washington Downed By DePaul
Colonials were led by Cathy Joens' 12 points.
Dec 22, 2002
CHICAGO (AP) - Khara Smith had 13 points and 10 rebounds and three of her teammates also scored in double figures as DePaul defeated No. 21 George Washington 64-46 on Sunday.
Sarah Kustok and Jenni Dant both scored 13 points and Ashley Luke added 12 for DePaul (9-3).
The Colonials (4-3) were ahead 14-7 with 11:44 remaining in the first half before the Blue Demons took control to close out the period with a 28-22 advantage.
George Washington was led by Cathy Joens' 12 points. The Colonials were without senior point guard Lindsey Davidson who was sick.
DePaul shot 41.5 percent from the floor and outrebounded George Washington 38-29.
The Blue Demons are off to their best start since opening 10-2 in 1996.
George Washington meanwhile, followed up a loss to George Mason on Friday by
dropping a second consecutive game to an unranked opponent.
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