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Women’s basketball exceeds expectations

The Warriors women’s basketball team’s season ended last week as the team lost their final two home games of the season, ending on a season high four-game losing streak.
Cal Poly Pomona, who are ranked No. 15, ended the Warriors’s chances of reaching the playoffs when they took down Stanislaus by the final score of 69-58.
Sophomore Jasmine Washington and junior Briana Cotton fueled the Warrior offense as they contributed with 17 and 16 points respectively.
The Warriors had their chances late in the second half, but the Titans from Cal Poly Pomona went on two long runs, the first 14-0 and the second 10-0.
After the 10-0 run, the game was out of reach, as were the playoff chances for the surprising Warriors.
The Warriors then wrapped up their season with Senior Night, recognizing guard Katie Staack, as well as twin sisters Erin and Lauren Godde, who both play forwards.
Despite the high emotions, the Lumberjacks from Humboldt State defeated the Warriors 66-60 in the final game of the season for both squads.
Even with it being Senior Night, the Warriors were led by freshman Ana Burch, who collected 22 points, six rebounds and three assists.
Burch was effective the entire game as she connected on seven of the 12 shots she took, including three three-pointers.
Lauren Godde finished the game with only two points, but more importantly the game ended the college career of one of the best basketball players to play at CSU Stanislaus.
Godde finished her Warrior career with 1207 points, good for fifth-best in school history.
She also finished her career with 757 rebounds, ranking third-best in school history.
Not to be outdone, Erin Godde, who grabbed nine rebounds in the season finale for the Warriors, added to her career total.
Godde finished her career with 467 rebounds, enough to seat her seventh on the list for career rebounds in school history.
Although dropping the final four games of the season, the Warriors finished the 2013-2014 campaign with an overall record of 13-13, their best finish since the 2002-2003 team went 18-10.

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Women’s basketball exceeds expectations