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Pilots Flight Report: Women's Basketball – October 26 & 27

Monday, October 28, 2019

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Pilots Flight Report: Women's Basketball – October 26 & 27

The Pilots had a busy week of road games, beginning with a preseason contest at Canadian Mennonite University before heading out on the road to face the Mayville State University Comets in a pair of exhibition games.

Game #1
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Canadian Mennonite University Blazers
SCORE: L 61-53
DATE: Oct. 24, 2019
LOCATION: Winnipeg, MB

PILOTS KEY CONTRIBUTORS:
Hannah Van Schie: 15 points, 11 Rebounds, 5 Steals
Natalya Reimer: 12 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals

PLAYER’S VIEW:
“CMU is a tough opponent but we were right there with them the entire game. Ultimately we lost because of our inability to stop them from scoring in the first quarter and shooting a low percentage as a team. We know what adjustments we have to make and I can’t wait to play them again in the regular season.” (Hannah Van Schie)

Game #2
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Mayville State Comets
SCORE: L 97-37
DATE: Oct. 26, 2019
LOCATION: Mayville, ND

PILOTS KEY CONTRIBUTORS:
Natalya Reimer: 8 points, 2 rebounds, 1 block, 3 steals
Katelin Thiessen: 5 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals

Game #3
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Mayville State Comets
SCORE: L 86-34
DATE: Oct. 27, 2019
LOCATION: Mayville, ND

PILOTS KEY CONTRIBUTORS:
Katelin Thiessen, 9 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block, 5 steals
Alena Collier, 7 points, 5 rebounds

FROM THE COACH:
“There is much that can be learned from an opponent such as Mayville State. It is difficult to play another team who is at a level much higher then yourself, but with the right attitude, much can be gained. We entered the weekend ready to learn and grow from our opponent. I am proud of my teams ability to compete and learn from Mayville. We are excited to take another step forward this week.” (Joel Coursey)

PLAYER’S VIEW:
“Mayville is some of the toughest competition we play all year. It was an honor to be able to try and showcase what we’ve been working on against such a high level basketball team. They are not only skilled but also highly respectable and showed nothing but true sportsmanship all weekend.
As for our performance, there is definitely a lot of loose ends we’re looking to work out before we play another tough set of games this weekend and before we come back to play teams in our league at home. Looking forward to working extremely hard over the course of the season to become the team we need to be.” (Katelin Thiessen)

NEXT UP: Valley City State Vikings
DATE: November 2, 3
LOCATION: Valley City, ND

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