Fort Myers, FL- #25 FGCU (26-3, 14-1 ASUN) won their eighth game in a row, defeating Austin Peay (15-10, 10-5 ASUN), 55-42, Saturday afternoon from Alico Arena.

Stats (APSU):

Austin Peay shot 33.3% (19/57) from the field, 33.3% (2/6) from beyond the arc, and outrebounded FGCU 36-31. The Governors dished out 4 assists, had 10 steals, and 1 block in the game. Austin Peay forced 14 FGCU team turnovers, while having 17 team turnovers of their own.

Stats (#25 FGCU):

#25 FGCU shot 41.2% (21/51) from the field, 19.2% (5/26) from beyond the arc, and were outrebounded 36-31 by the Governor. The Eagles dished out 11 assists, had 10 steals, and 3 blocks in the game. FGCU forced 17 Austin Peay team turnovers, while having 14 team turnovers of their own.

Outstanding Players (APSU):

Shamarre Hale 14 pts, 8 reb

Jada Roberson 12 pts, 3 reb

Mariah Adams 10 pts, 2 reb

Outstanding Players (#25 FGCU):

Sha Carter 21 pts, 13 reb

TK Morehouse 14 pts, 6 reb

Alyza Winston 10 pts


The Governors sure had the right game plan, as FGCU won the game but only shot 19.2% (5/16) from beyond the arc overall. Sha Carter continues her outstanding play, and led all scorers with a double double of 21 points, and 13 rebounds in the game. TK Morehouse (14 points), and Alyza Winston (10 points) were also in double figures in scoring for the Eagles. The Governors were led offensively by Shamarre Hale who scored 21 points. Jada Roberson (12 points), and Mariah Adams (10 points) also scored in double figures for Austin Peay. The tenacity of the Governors defense, made every shot put up contested, and winning games like these will benefit FGCU for the conference tournament.

What’s Next:

#25 FGCU (26-3, 14-1 ASUN) faces Kennesaw State University (12-14, 8-7 ASUN), Thursday at 7 PM from the KSU Convocation Center.

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