Perry Breaks Career Rebounding Record, WBB Falls To Bucknell
Feb. 17, 2016
BALTIMORE - Senior Jeneh Perry broke the Loyola University Maryland career record for offensive rebounds Wednesday night, but the Greyhounds' women's basketball team fell to Bucknell, 64-42, in Reitz Arena.
Perry finished the game with six offensive rebounds to move her career total to 252 and pass Patty Stoffey's record of 247 from 1991-95.
Senior Colleen Marshall led Loyola (10-15, 7-7 Patriot League) with 13 points and eight rebounds, while freshman Courtney Vannoy chipped in a career-high six points.
Bucknell (19-6, 13-1) opened the contest using a 14-2 run to lead by double digits and close out the first quarter with a 12-point lead, 20-8.
In the following quarter, Loyola outscored the Bison 17-10 and pulled within five, 30-25, at the half, but Bucknell came back and held the Greyhounds to less than 10 points in the following two quarters to pull out the victory.
For Bucknell, Jacquie Klotz had a game-high 17 points and 10 rebounds.
Loyola will host its annual Women In Sports Day event on Sunday when the Greyhounds welcome Colgate University to Reitz Arena. Tipoff is set for 2 p.m., while doors open at noon in McGuire Hall for Women In Sports Day.