Women’s basketball late comeback falls short at Frostburg

Women’s basketball late comeback falls short at Frostburg

FROSTBURG, Md. – The Wesley College women's basketball made a fourth quarter comeback in their regular season finale at Frostburg St. but ended up falling short, 77-71 to the Bobcats on Saturday.

Frostburg held the 60-40 lead heading to fourth quarter. Wesley started making their run in the final frame and started getting hot from three. Stacey O'Neale made it rain from three in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 of her game-high 25 points in the fourth. O'Neale was 5-of-7 from three in the fourth quarter. 

O'Neale made a three with 10 seconds left to cut the Frostburg lead to 75-71. Needing to foul, Wesley got Frostburg to the free-throw line but Frostburg made both of their free throws to seal the game.

Monshea Newsome-Murray recorded 15 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and four steals for the Wolverines. Tiyanna Gibbs scored 13 points and reeled in six rebounds. Shelby Johnson and Megan Shacklock each registered six points. Johnson collected eight rebounds.

Victoria Diggs had 20 points for Frostburg. 

The Wolverines finished the 2017-18 season 5-20 and 3-15 in the Capital Athletic Conference.