Women's Basketball ACCtion: Thursday, November 15

Nov. 15, 2012

Wolfpack Eases Past Longwood, 102-49

RALEIGH, N.C. - The NC State women's basketball team broke the 100-point threshold for the first time in fifteen years behind double-figure scoring from eight different players, as the Wolfpack defeated Longwood, 102-49, Thursday evening at Reynolds Coliseum.

The last time the Pack reached triple-digit scoring was Nov. 18, 1997, when it scored 105 against visiting Charleston Southern.

NC State was led by junior forward Breezy Williams, who posted a team-high 14 points and nine rebounds, while senior guard Marissa Kastanek and junior center Markeisha Gatling chipped in 13 points apiece.

Boston College Stuns BYU, 62-56

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Junior Katie Zenevitch scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Kristen Doherty added 15 points to lead Boston College past BYU, 62-56 , on Thursday in front of 670 fans at Conte Forum. Boston College is now 2-1 on the season, while handing BYU its first loss of the season (2-1).

Junior Tessah Holt added 15 points, while Nicole Boudreau had 11.

The tide turned for Boston College when Doherty hit a three-pointer with 11 minutes to play in the game. The long range jumper broke a 37-37 tie. BC extended the lead to nine points, 50-41, with six minutes to play behind six points from Zenevitch sandwiched with a Doherty jumper and a Holt layup.

Seminoles Fly Past Gators, 98-67

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Florida State women's basketball team busted out of the gates looking to run on Thursday night against Florida at the Donald L. Tucker Center. The Gators hung with the Seminoles for 12 minutes, but FSU never slowed down, leaving UF in the dust en route to a 98-67 victory.

The Garnet and Gold used a 28-2 run over the last eight minutes of the first half to blow out their interstate rivals and avenge a 14-point loss in Gainesville last season. It was Florida State's biggest win over Florida since a 42-point (90-48) victory in 1980, and the second-biggest win in the history of the 74-game series that dates back to 1973.

Senior Leonor Rodriguez scored a career high 21 points and made four steals to lead four Seminoles in double figures. The Canary Islands, Spain, native made 9-of-14 field goals (both career highs), including 3-of-4 from behind the arc.