Lincroft, NJ - Sophomore guard, Che'Kasha Andrews was on fire hitting for 40 points for the win against the Camden County College Cougars. Andrews turned up the heat early in the 2nd quarter, then dropped a three-pointer to hit for her 1,000th point at the 4:34 mark. Last Year, Che'Kasha was the Region XIX Player of the Year, 1st Team All-Conference, and 1st Team All-American.
Following Andrews milestone, the women pulled ahead from a five point deficit, then finished the half one point ahead, 26-25. Despite some foul trouble, the Blues crew took control of the 2nd half and maintained a steady 10 point lead to the end of the game with a 69-57 final score. In addition to Andrews 40 points and 10 rebounds, Freshman guard, Kayla Fletcher, had a season high 13 points, as Sophomore guard, Alexa Vreeland, pulled down a season high 10 rebounds.
The Jersey Blues women are currently 10-7 overall, and 9-2 in the conference. They will play Union County College home on Thursday, January 18th @ 5pm.
Photo above courtesy of Trish Taylor