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VU Women's Basketball edged by Mineral Area, 64-63

PARK HILLS, Mo. – The Vincennes University Women’s Basketball Team let a second half double-digit lead get away and dropped its second game of the season Monday when the Trailblazers were edged 64-63 by Mineral Area.
The setback came in VU’s second game of Mineral Area’s Hampton Inn/Buffalo Wild Wings Classic in Park Hills, MO.
Sophomore Tasia Brewer paced VU (12-2) with a double-double of 25 points and 10 rebounds. She was 7-for-11 from the floor, including 2-for-4 from 3-point range, and she knocked down five of her six free throw attempts. Sophomore Nicole Dodd contributed 14 points and freshman Jeanier Olukemi had 13 points.
The Trailblazers led 32-24 at halftime and stretched the lead to as many as 15 points in the second half. But the host Cardinals’ Robneisha Lee and Kasia Kiejdrowska keyed a comeback that was aided by 12 points from the bench in the second 20 minutes to enable Mineral Area to overcome the deficit.
Lee led Mineral Area in scoring with 23, including 10-for-10 shooting from the line. Kiejdrowska scored 17.
The Trailblazers beat DesMoines Area by a 75-59 score on the event's first day on Sunday.

VU will return to action Saturday, hosting Cincinnati State at 3 p.m. at the VU P.E. Complex, prior to the VU men hosting SCORE Academy at 7 p.m.