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Hillsdale College women's basketball picks up a win against Lake Superior State (slideshow)


(Photo by Pete Mowry)  
Chelsie Harrison drives toward the hoop.
(Photo by Pete Mowry) Chelsie Harrison drives toward the hoop.

The Hillsdale College Chargers and Lake Superior State University Lakers matched each other step-for-step throughout Saturday's GLIAC conference matchup.

Senior Brooke Knight slices through the LSSU defense early in a big Charger win.
Pete Mowry

The two teams were tied at 69 points apiece with less than a minute to go. The Chargers then took full advantage of quick scoring and much-needed turnovers to score five unanswered points and walk off the court with a 74-69 victory. The win gives the Chargers an even 9-9 record on the year, while the Lakers fall to 6-8.

The Chargers were led by Chelsea Harrison with 18 points. V-baller turned b-baller Amanda Geelhoed added 14 points, while freshman Lea Jones recorded 11 timely points, giving the Chargers a late push.

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