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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Shorthanded Cougars Fall To Toledo, 79-59
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 12/19/1999
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Dec. 19, 1999

Box Score

TOLEDO, Ohio - Jennifer Markwood recorded a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds as Toledo defeated Washington State, 79-59, Sunday afternoon.

The Rockets (2-6) shot 49 percent from the field (29-for-59) for the game including a 7-for-14 (50 percent) effort from beyond the three-point stripe.

Washington State (2-5), which lost for the third straight game, was led by junior Tricia Lamb's (Endicott, Wash.) 14 points. Junior Yvonne Volkman (Richland, Wash.) added 13 points and senior Jen Kerns (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho) added 11 points.

The Cougars also received a contribution from freshman Kelley Berglund (Port Angeles, Wash.) who registered season/career highs with eight points and a team-high 11 rebounds in her first career start.

WSU played with out senior Alke Dietel (Halle, Germany) and sophomore Romie De Anda (El Paso, Texas) who sat out the game with sickness and team reasons respectively.

The turning point game in the game came with the Cougars trailing 53-45 with 10:55 remaining in the game. WSU was in possession when head coach Jenny Przekwas was whistled for a technical foul.

"I had no idea I was going to get hit with a technical," Przekwas said. "I had not said much during the game up until that point, but I thought we had a few hand check calls.

"He (the official) said I was out on the floor and he was right. It was my fault to get a technical at that point in the game."

The Cougars conclude their two-game road trip at Bowling Green, Monday night beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.

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