Rams Defeat Lancers 77-57

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By Framingham State athletics


WORCESTER – The Framingham State women’s basketball team used a 44-point first half to defeat Worcester State in MASCAC action Thursday evening in Framingham. The contest was a makeup of a game originally scheduled for January 25.  

Framingham State improves to 12-4 overall and 4-2 in the MASCAC.

Worcester State drops to 7-12 overall.


  • Worcester State drew first blood in the first quarter in what would prove to be a high-scoring and tightly-contested opening 10 minutes, with the score settling at 21-19 Framingham State after one quarter.   
  • Framingham State would start to pull away in the second quarter, turning a two-point margin into a commanding 44-31 lead outscoring Worcester 23-12 in the second. 
  • The Rams dominance continued stretching the margin to twenty late in the third and led by as many as 23 midway through the fourth.  


  • Katherine Haselton led the way for the Rams scoring 20 points on 8-of-17 from the floor adding 3 boards, three assists and a steal.  
  • Katty Haidul and Flannery O’Connor each earned double-doubles for the Rams. Haidul scored 16 with 10 boards and O’Connor picked up 14 with 13 rebounds.  
  • Elizabeth Gallella was the only Lancer with double-digits scoring 14 points on 5-of-11 from the field.  
  • The Rams shot 42% from the field and 50% from long range. The Lancers really struggled shooting only 25% from the floor and 14% from downtown.  

UP NEXT: The Rams return to the court on Saturday when they head to Bridgewater State for a 2 p.m. matchup against the Bears.  


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