Greene leads HU women over Spring Arbor

Huntington University's Taylor Foley goes toward the hoop in play against visiting Srping Arbor University on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Foley scored eight points as HU won 60-44.
Huntington University's Taylor Foley goes toward the hoop in play against visiting Srping Arbor University on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Foley scored eight points as HU won 60-44. Photo by Steve Clark.

Allison Greene came off the bench to score a team-high 14 points and lead the Huntington University women's basketball team to a 66-40 win over visiting Spring Arbor on Tuesday, Jan. 8.

Sarah Miller-Jennings scored 13 points and Amelia Recker had 11 for the Foresters, 11-6 overall and 3-3 in the Crossroads League.

HU took a 25-19 lead after the first half after holding a margin as high as 12 points. Recker led the way for HU with seven points.

Jenna Jamieson led all scorers with 21 points for Spring Arbor, 6-12 overall and 0-6 in the Crossroads. April Adams added 12 points.

The Foresters hit 20 of 55 shots from the field for 36.4 percent but helped themselves with a 17 of 21 effort at the free throw line for 81 percent. The Cougars hit 19 of 52 shots for 36.5 percent, but hurt themselves tremendously with a 3 of 22, 13.6 percent effort from beyond the arc.

Lauren Meese led HU on the boards with six rebounds, and Miller-Jennings was the assist leader with three. Greene chipped in four steals to the cause.