The Master's Women Try Everything But Can't Stop Azusa Pacific, 90-54

Center Cindy DeYoung scored 18 of her game high 26 points in the second half Tuesday night, to lead Azusa Pacific College to a 90-54 NAIA District III win at The Master's.

Linda Kading added 21 for Azusa Pacific (3-0, 13-3).

The Master's (1-3, 2-6) committed 29 turnovers and made just 17 of 60 shots from the field while Azusa hit 36 of 78 shots. Azusa Pacific out-rebounded The Master's, 48-28.

The Master's Coach Mark Gruss began the game with a sagging zone defense but Azusa Pacific was able to shoot over it. In the second half Azusa started to pull away and The Master's switched to man to man. Azusa continued to hit from inside and out to win the half, 49-29.

The Master's lone bright spot was a 20 of 27 performance from the free throw line. Michelle Carter made six of seven free throws.

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