Fort Myers, FL- FGCU (14-2, 2-0 ASUN) won their 6th game in a row, defeating Jacksonville University (7-5, 1-1 ASUN) 77-51, Thursday night from Alico Arena.

Stats (JU):

JU shot 38.9% (21/54) from the field, 15.4% (2/13) from beyond the arc, and were outrebounded 38-26, by FGCU. The Dolphins dished out 8 assists, had 5 steals, and 3 blocks in the game. JU forced 15 FGCU team turnovers, while having 14 team turnovers of their own.

Stats (FGCU):

FGCU shot 53.4% (31/58) from the field, 41.2% (7/17) from beyond the arc, and outrebounded JU 38-26. The Eagles dished out 15 assists, had 7 steals, and 1 block in the game. FGCU forced 14 JU team turnovers, while having 15 team turnovers of their own.

Outstanding Players (JU):

Seraphine Bastin 16 pts, 12 reb

Shynia Jackson 14 pts, 6 reb

Jalisa Dunlap 7 pts

Outstanding Players (FGCU):

TK Morehouse 25 pts, 4 reb

Alyza Winston 17 pts, 6 reb

Sha Carter 13 pts, 4 reb


The Eagles continued their dominance of Jacksonville University, during ASUN Conference play, as FGCU outplayed JU, in almost every facet of the game. FGCU shot 53% from the field, en route to the big victory. The Eagles were led offensively by TK Morehouse, who scored a game high 25 points. Alyza Winston (17 points), and Sha Carter (13 points) also scored in double figures in the game. Seraphine Bastin led JU in scoring, and had a double-double, finishing with 16 points, and 12 rebounds. The Eagles outscored JU 41-22 in the second half of the game. It was another big win for FGCU, as they look for their seventh win in a row this weekend, as they head on the road.

What’s Next:

FGCU (14-2, 2-0 ASUN) faces UNA (6-7, 1-1 ASUN) Saturday at 6 PM, from Flowers Hall in Florence, Alabama.

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