BALTIMORE, Md. - Jazmine Miller
became the tenth Wolverine in school history to record 1,000 career
points as the Wesley College women's basketball team defeated Notre Dame
(Md.), 91-37 on Wednesday night at the MBK Complex.
Needing just ten points to reach the century mark, Miller finished with a game-high 19 points on 7-of-13 shooting. The Dover native now has 1,009 career points and she is nearing the all-time steals record held by Nicky Benton.
Miller was not alone in Wesley's largest scoring output since February 3, 2007, when it defeated Cedar Crest, 91-36 at Wentworth Gymnasium. Heather Fuller recorded a double-double with 14 points and 15 rebounds while Pez Scott scored 11 points. Haley Thomas also reached double figures for the first time in her career as the Wolverines shot 52.4 percent from the floor.
The Wolverine bench also scored 33 points, led by nine points apiece by Jenny Kaufman and Bryanna Waugh. Waugh was also dominant defensively with five blocks and four steals. while the Gators shot just 23.2 percent from the field and committed 42 turnovers.
Wesley returns to the hardwood on Saturday, December 1, when it hosts Marymount (Va.) in its Capital Athletic Conference opener at 2 pm.