Fryman's big first frame leads Foresters past Cornerstone

Sarah Fryman scored 14 of her game-high 27 points in the first quarter as the Huntington University women’s basketball team trounced visiting Cornerstone, 77-52, on Saturday, Nov. 2.

The Foresters, 2-0, rode Fryman’s big opening numbers to a 25-7 lead after one quarter of play. They were up by halftime, 45-22, and took a 57-33 lead into the fourth quarter as Head Coach Lori Culler got to use her bench extensively.

Fryman, a senior, knocked down 11 of 17 shots from the field and all five of her free-throw tries. She also had a game-high 12 rebounds and added three assists.

Guard Jade Clement played wingwoman to Fryman, notching 12 points, and freshman center Maddy Robrock notched 10 points.

The Foresters hit 31 of 62 shots from the field for 50 percent and added 10 of 14 successes at the charity stripe for 71.4 percent.

Cornerstone hit 21 of 53 fielders for 39.6 percent and added 6 of 10 at the stripe for 60 percent.

Sam Hammel aided the HU cause with team highs in assists and steals with six of the former and four of the latter.

Robrock added a pair of blocks.

Cornerstone, 1-5, was led by Rebekah Crosby with 18 points.