‘Firepower Explosion’ Gwangju University finishes regular league with 50% odds… Kangwon National University’s first win

Gwangju University finished 4th and finished the regular league schedule메이저놀이터.

Gwangju University won 81-48 in the 2023 KUSF College Basketball U-League Women’s University Home Game against Kangwon National University held at the Gwangju University Gymnasium on the 3rd.

Gwangju University recorded a win rate of .500 (5 wins, 5 losses) and finished the regular season in 4th place. Joe Woo (25 points, 4 3-point shots, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals) and Yang Yoo-jeong (24 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists) showed their firepower, and Lim Yo-won (12 points, 12 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 blocked shots) contributed from the bottom of the goal. .

On the other hand, the first win in Kangwon National University’s career, which was in its first season, promised the next season. Kangwon National University finished this season with a draw and 10 losses. Kim Ji-hyun (18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists) and Choi Seul-gi (12 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals) struggled, but could not overcome the power difference.

Gwangju University showed overwhelming performance from the beginning. Yang Yoo-jeong scored 11 points in the first quarter to overwhelm the team, and widened the gap even more in the second quarter, 24-14. Amidst the rebounding advantage, Kangwon National University’s mistakes were induced one after another with pressure defense, creating an even distribution of points. The score was 42-30 at the end of the second quarter.

Gwangju University did not let go of the reins even in the third quarter. While Kangwon National University’s 3-point shot was silent, Jo Woo led the team’s attack by going inside and outside, seizing the victory early. Kangwon National University, with the added power of Lim Yo-Won’s under-the-goal control, finished the third quarter with Yang Yoo-Jung and Park Sae-Byeol’s supporting shots, 58-38.

The fourth quarter was also a time for Gwangju University. Gwangju University was able to overcome Kangwon National University’s pursuit with Kim Ji-hyeon at the fore, even though Jo Harin and other bench members were evenly put in. Gwangju University, which had maintained a double-digit gap since the first quarter, eventually hit the game-ending buzzer with a 23-point lead.

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