Fryman goes for career-best as HU women beat Goshen

Sarah Fryman erupted for a career-high 36 points and the Huntington University women’s basketball team dispatched host Goshen College, 70-57, on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

Fryman, a senior, also corralled 11 rebounds to record a double-double for the Foresters, who improve to 18-7, 7-6 in Crossroads League action.

Behind her big point total, Fryman continued her ascent up Huntington’s all-time scoring list. Now with 1,744 career points, Fryman passed Amelia Recker, 1,716 points, and Becky Stump, 1,728 points, to take over fourth place on the list.

Fryman was joined in double figures by junior Sam Hammel, who scored 12 points for the Foresters.

Huntington was tied with Goshen after the first quarter, 18-18, but took a 40-34 lead by halftime. The visitors continued to lead by six after three periods, 53-47, then outscored the Maple Leafs in the final frame, 17-10, to ice the win.

The Foresters buried 29 of 57 shots from the field for 50.9 percent and 9 of 11 free throws for 81.8 percent.

Huntington won the battle of the boards, 33-30. Junior Alexandria Bope grabbed seven caroms.

Goshen, 8-17, 1-12 in conference, was paced by TaNiece Chapman, who tallied 15 points. Alyson Prigge added 13 points and Graysen Cockerham contributed 12.

The Maple Leafs hit 21 of 55 shots from the field for 38.2 percent and 12 of 16 attempts at the charity stripe for 75 percent.