Nov. 11, 2007
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Kiki Lund scored 15 points to lead the Dayton Flyers past the Western Michigan Broncos, 88-63, in the final day of the Women's Sports Federation Challenge at The Pit.
From the opening tip to the last buzzer, the Flyers were in charge. The first half saw the Flyer lead grow to as much as 24 points, 40-16. A tight defensive effort by the Flyers forced 12 turnovers.
Lund finished with three rebounds and went 2-2 from beyond three-point range.
On three straight possessions the game looked more like a football game as players from both teams were diving all over the court for loose balls like a swarming defense on a fumble. The Flyers got the best of the free ball free-for-all as they forced three tie-ball situations and had the possession arrow on two.
The second half was all Flyers again. Dayton seemed to be able to convert on any play they wanted and never allowed Western Michigan closer than 17 points at 62-45.
Leading the way for the Broncos was Sarah Dreher with 14 points and four rebounds. She also went 2-2 from behind the arc.
The Flyers ended up 1-2 in the Women's Sports Foundation Challenge while the Broncos also finished 1-2.