VALDOSTA — Supplemental offensive support was provided by Reshaundra Owens and Kourtnee Williams who each scored 13 points in the game, and Jordan Waugh joined Williams at the top of the rebounding column, as the two pulled down six rebounds apiece.
As a team, the Lady Blazers obliterated their recent shooting woes with a 54 percent shooting performance from the field. The field goal percentage for the Lady Blazers on Saturday was the team's highest since their opening game against Trinity Baptist on opening night in early November, when the team shot 54.8 percent. In addition, VSU connected on nearly half of their three point attempts for a sizzling 44.4 percent shooting exhibition from long distance.
Although Shorter was able to tie the score up three different times in the first half, Valdosta State never trailed throughout the duration of the contest, and led by as many as 17 late in the second period.
The Lady Blazers make a long awaited return to The Complex on Thursday night to host No. 9 Delta State for Georgia Lottery Night, where several prizes will be given away throughout the night. Tip time is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. with the Blazers to follow immediately after.