Bowdoin's Andrea Little recorded a triple-doublewith 16 points, 19 rebounds and 11 steals in leading the visiting Polar Bearsto a 68-61 win over Hamilton College at Scott Field House.

Despite Little's efforts, which included 14 points, 11 rebounds andeight steals in the first half, Bowdoin only led the Continentals by three(28-25) at the half. The Polar Bears were a paltry nine of 37 shooting (24%) inthe first 20 minutes.

Hamilton took control early in the second half with a 19-11 run to take a44-39 lead. But Bowdoin responded with a 15-0 run to take the lead at 54-44,and never trailed again. Hamilton kept the game close in the end, as juniorJen Moran scored eight of her 13 points in the final two minutes.However, Bowdoin put the game away behind Samantha Good, who connectedon six straight free throws to keep the game out of reach. Good was thegame's high scorer with 20 points.

Senior Ashley Merriman led Hamilton with 13 points and 17 rebounds,while sophomore Sabrina Valenta had 10 points and collected 10 caroms.Lauren Myers added 17 points for the Polar Bears.

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