Foul Plagued Game Goes Chapman's Way 91-58

Foul Plagued Game Goes Chapman's Way 91-58

PASADENA, CA - In a game that featured a combined 54 team fouls and 65 foul shots, Chapman played solid defense and shot well in their 91-58 win over Caltech.

Chapman was whistled for a season high 33 team fouls while Caltech was charged with 21. The Beavers went 27-for-39 from the charity stripe while the visitors converted on 17 of their 26 attempts. For Caltech the free throws made and attempted represented a team season high.

The Panthers had their most effective shooting effort of the season. They nailed 36 of their 65 field goal attempts (55.4 percent), including a stellar 19-for-31 (61.3 percent) performance in the second half.

Using a pressing defense for a majority of the game, Chapman forced the Beavers into a season high 29 turnovers which they converted into 37 points.

Sixteen different players put their names into the scoring column for Chapman led by Kimi Takaoka's 18-point evening. Ivory Hallstein came off the bench to score 11.

Caltech's Bridget Connor put herself in double figures for the 11th time this season by scoring a team best 13 points. Kristin Anderson scored in double digits for the second time in three games with a 12-point eveing. The sophomore also grabbed a game high eight rebounds.