For the second straight night, the Fredonia State women’s basketball team avenged an early-season conference loss, taking down Oswego, 89-78, after defeating Cortland the night before.
And, as has now become routine lately in Steele Hall, another scoring record was set. Senior Becky Hebert scored a school-record 44 points. Last weekend saw three different scoring records set, in addition to a 1,000-point scorer reach that milestone.
Hebert, however, was far from a one-woman show. Freshman Alexis Cheatham routinely found scorers cutting through the lane and finished with 10 assists. Cheatham and senior Jaimie Warren each had 17 points. Sophomore Sabrina Macaulay grabbed 12 rebounds and had four blocked shots.
Hebert’s performance was especially significant, as it came at the expense of her younger sister, Heather, a sophomore at Oswego.
Heather had a fine performance herself, with team highs of 15 points and 11 rebounds, but that paled in comparison to the older sibling.
Hebert set the previous single-game standard of 36 last season. Against, Oswego.