GETTYSBURG, Pa. – Senior Nicolette Parmese tied the school scoring record Saturday night as she tallied 18 points on the road at Gettysburg. She is currently tied with Jessica Allen '09, with 1299 career points. Parmese has three games left in the season to score one point to become the all-time leading scorer.
Parmese led all scorers on the evening but it wasn't enough as the host Bullets powered past the Owls 82-29 in non-conference action.
Gettysburg struck early and often in the first-half as they built an 18-2 lead over the game's opening five minutes. Parmese scored 10 of Bryn Mawr's first 12 points of the game while junior Saira Kitagawa made a lay-up with 7:11 to play in the half.
With five minutes to play in the opening frame, the Bullets held a commanding 42-12 lead. Over the final minutes of the half, junior Ashton Dwyer and freshman Adriana Castilla-Hernandez added one jump shot each as Gettysburg entered the half with a 47-16 lead.
To start the second-half, Gettysburg held the Owls to only six points over the opening 10 minutes of action. Parmese accounted for four points - a lay-up and a pair of free-throws – while junior Chantille Kennedy made a jumper from 10 feet out.
Over the final 10 minutes of the game, Parmese made a pair of lay-ups, while sophomore Veronica Roux added a lay-up and Kitagawa a free-throw.
Gettysburg had three players reach double-digits as Caroline Murphy led the way with 17 points.
In addition to her 18 points, Parmese grabbed five rebounds and blocked three shots. She was also a perfect 4-for-4 from the charity stripe. Roux pulled-down a team-best six rebounds.
The Owls are back to action when they travel to Johns Hopkins on Saturday, Feb. 8, for a 1:00 pm tip-off with the Blue Jays.