College women's basketball: Yellowjackets unable to overcome Lions' hot start

Katie Lundeen (Northwestern) of Finlandia set a school record for made free throws.


HANCOCK, Mich. — Wisconsin-Superior couldn't catch up to a hot-shooting Finlandia squad and lost 75-51 in a nonconference women's basketball game at the Paavo Nurmi Center.

The Lions led 41-27 at the break behind 13-of-24 shooting from the field, including five 3-pointers. UWS didn't get any closer in the second half.

Allie Zimmer scored 11 points off the bench for the Yellowjackets (5-17), while Mady Sanders had six points and 10 rebounds.

Bailey Froberg scored 30 points and made 6-of-6 treys for Finlandia (14-8), which got 12 points from Northwestern alumna Katie Lundeen. Lundeen set a school record with her 319th career made free throw.

UWS returns to Upper Midwest Athletic Conference play with a trip to Minnesota Morris on Friday.

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