Gallaudet Tourney Recap

November 30th, 1997 by Adam

Morse, who also had 14 points and six rebounds in Saturday’s tournament-opening 77-61 loss to Randolph Macon, was named to the All-Tournament Team. Morse was the
Tournament MVP a week ago when PSC captured the MIT Tip-Off Tourney in Cambridge, Mass.

Morse led a contingent of four Panthers in double figures Sunday. Junior Shelby Fontaine (Eliot, ME) tossed in 13 points, and sophomore guards Lynn Hersey (Dexter, ME) and
Courtney Jacques (Belmont, NH) added 11 apiece.
Hersey scored a team-high 17 points in Saturday’s loss to Randolph Macon. Sophomore Jessica Shapiro (Windsor Locks, CT) had an outstanding game, with 11 points and a
career-high 17 rebounds.

PSC, 3-1, returns home for a pair of home games this week at Foley Gymnasium, a non-conference clash Thursday (Dec. 4) against Salem State (5:30 p.m.), and the Little East
Conference opener Saturday (Dec. 6) vs. Western Connecticut (1:00 p.m.).

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