Blown Out Blue Devils
Dec. 2, 2017
PITTSBURGH - Every played scored for Duquesne led by Julijana Vojinovic's career-high 25 points in the Dukes' 83-58 victory over Central Connecticut State on Saturday afternoon. With the victory, Duquesne (7-2) won their fifth straight.
Vojinovic made 9-of-12 field goals including five 3-pointers in the 28 point victory.
Kiana Patterson led CCSU (0-7) with 10 points
Duquesne shot a season-best 40 percent from 3-point range and tied a team Palumbo Center record by making 13 from beyond-the-arc.
Leading 26-15 early in the 2nd quarter, Duquesne went on a 15-2 run while making seven consecutive field goals to build a 41-17 advantage. The Dukes went into halftime leading 45-29.
Paige Cannon's 3-pointer at the end of the 3rd quarter gave the Dukes its largest lead of the game - 27 points at 66-39.
Up next, the Dukes welcome Toledo to the Palumbo Center on Wednesday. The Rockets (5-1) face St. Bonaventure on Monday before coming to Pittsburgh.