Mar 21, 2014 12:37 AM by Bill Halter
The Cal Poly women's basketball team wasn't able to duplicate what the men did on Wednesday. The ladies failed to win the programs first national postseason game, losing, 82-59 at the University of San Diego in the first round of the WNIT.
The Mustangs finish the season with an 18-14 overall record while the Toreros advance with a 23-8 mark.
Senior Amy Kame scored 30 points for USD on 14 for 21 shooting.
Cal Poly was led by senior Jonae Ervin with 16 points, Ervin was the only Mustang player in double figures. Junior Ariana Elegado added eight points and tied Cal Poly's single season record of 86 three pointers (Rachel Clancy, 2010-11, 31 games) in 32 games.
Senior Molly Schlemer, freshman Hannah Gilbert each added six points while senior Amaka Ofodu scored five points.
Cal Poly shot 37 percent from the floor and made just two of nine from long range.
It was the last college game for Schlemer, Ervin and Ofodu. It may have been the last outing for Elegado who will graduate in the spring and hasn't yet decided if she'll return for her final season of eligibility.
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