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Updated: March 24, 2018 @ 3:53 pm
The Montana Lady Griz lose to Northern Colorado at home giving the Bears a sweep this season.
Montana Lady Griz forward Jace Henderson fights to control the ball Thursday night against Northern Colorado's Abby Kain, left, and Kianna Williams during the second half of the Bears' 64-58 win over Montana. It was the second time Montana has lost to Northern Colorado this season.
Montana freshman guard Sophia Stiles scores over Northern Colorado's Kianna Williams. Stiles lead the Lady Griz with 16 points and six rebounds.
Montana's McKenzie Johnston gets caught between Northern Colorado defenders Kianna Williams and Savannah Smith.
Montana's Taylor Goligoski fights with Northern Colorado's Krystal Leger-Walker for the ball.
Montana's Sophia Stiles gets fouled on a drive to the basket by Northern Colorado's Savannah Smith.
Montana's Jace Henderson is fouled by Savannah Smith.
Montana's Caitlin Lonergan gets a shot blocked from behind.
Montana's Madi Schoening looks for a way past the Northern Colorado defense.
Montana coach Shannon Schweyen directs her team.
Montana forward Caitlin Lonergan (30) scored a career-high 19 points in a loss at Portland State Thursday. She'll need more help from her teammates if the Lady Griz are to win at Sacramento State Saturday afternoon.
Montana's Caitlin Lonergan gets sandwiched between Northern Colorado defenders Savannah Scott and Abby Kain.
Montana's McKenzie Johnston has a shot blocked by Northern Colorado's Kianna Williams.
Northern Colorado's Kianna Williams defends against Montana's Madi Schoening.
Lady Griz defenders Madi Schoening, 34, Jace Henderson, and Taylor Goligoski steal the ball from Northern Colorado's Savannah Scott.
Montana Lady Griz Caitlin Lonergan, left, and Jace Henderson watch the final seconds of the game tick away.
MISSOULA — Hitting the floor and crashing the boards kept the Montana women's basketball team close Thursday, but there was no overcoming its cold shooting.
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