Terrab and Toohey Honored on Senior Day

Terrab and Toohey Honored on Senior Day

BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Seniors Soraya Terrab and Aislinn Toohey played in their final collegiate basketball game Saturday afternoon the Owls hosted the Washington College Shorewomen. Before the start of the game, both seniors were honored and presented flowers from the coaching staff for their handwork and dedication to the team while at Bryn Mawr.

Despite the happy and joyous times for the seniors, the game ended with Washington claiming an 86-50 Centennial Conference win over the Owls.

Starting Senior Day off right for the Owls was Toohey as she drained a long three-pointer 18-seconds into the game. Back-and-forth play from both teams over the next eight minutes produced ties and six lead changes.

With 8:32 to play in the half, a layup from freshman Ashlee Williams gave the Owls their final lead of the game, 20-19. From that point, the Washington defense held Bryn Mawr to eight points over the final eight minutes of the game as they took a 14-point lead into the half, 43-29.

Out of the half, the Owls were held to only five points during the first 10 minutes of action. Williams led the way with four while junior Nicolette Parmese added a free-throw. However, the final 10 minutes of game proved differently for the Owls. During that span, the Owls tallied 16 points from four players. Parmese led with eight points while Williams added four. Junior Jackie Handy and Toohey added two points each.

In the end, Washington held on for the 86-50 win as both teams conclude their 2012-2013 season.

The Shorewomen were led by Kelly Mitchell with 16 points while Erin Fitzgerald and Ashley Espinosa each added 14. Latisha Pledger grabbed a game-high nine rebounds.

For the Owls, Parmese led the way with a game-best 21 points while Williams and Toohey added 13 and 11, respectively. Freshman Liandra Curtis snagged a team-high seven rebounds while Toohey handed out eight assists.

Bryn Mawr finishes their 2012-2013 campaign by posting a 1-24 overall record and 0-20 in conference play. Their only win of the season came in the first game as they defeated Notre Dame of Maryland University, 59-40.