Women's basketball wins again at Tiger Tip-Off Tournament
Madie Harlem '13 led all scorers with 25 points in Hamilton College's 60-47 win against Albany College of Pharmacy in the final game of Rochester Institute of Technology's Tiger Tip-Off Tournament at Clark Gym on Nov. 21.
Harlem averaged 24 points in Hamilton's two tournament wins and was named most valuable player. She dropped in 23 points in a 77-56 win against the hosts on Saturday. The Continentals (2-0 overall) limited Albany Pharmacy to 28 percent shooting from the floor.
Harlem added six rebounds, seven assists, two blocked shots and four steals on Sunday. Dani Feigin '14, who made the all-tournament team, chipped in 14 points, and was the only other Hamilton scorer in double figures. Claire Hunsinger '13 grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds before she fouled out with 6:41 left in the second half. Hunsinger added seven points, two blocks and three steals.
Albany Pharmacy (3-2) was led by Kelly VanValkenburgh, who scored 21 points and pulled down 13 boards. The score was tied at 41-41 midway through the second half when the Continentals seized control with an 8-1 run for a 49-42 advantage with 7:00 left. Albany Pharmacy didn't get closer than six points the rest of the way.
Hamilton hosts Wells College for a non-conference game on Saturday, Nov. 27.