NGU's Season Comes to Close After Playoff Loss to King
Monday, February 29, 2016
NGU's Season Comes to Close After Playoff Loss to King

Bristol, TN—North Greenville's season came to an end on Monday night following a 77-56 loss to King University in the first round of the Conference Carolinas playoffs.

Cameron Carter ended the season with an 18-point performance, finishing with five assists and six rebounds. Tyler Powers wrapped up her career with 15-points, going 5-8 from three-point range. Erika Cobb also finished in double-figures with 11-points.

The Crusaders led 15-14 after one quarter of play but the Tornado carried an 11-point lead into halftime as they outscored North Greenville 21-9 in the second quarter. NGU trailed by as many 10 in the second frame but cut the lead to five after a Ty Broadwater jumper and a Cobb three. The Tornado would close the half on a 6-0 run to earn a 35-24 lead.

NGU would trail by as many as 20-points in the second quarter but cut the deficit to 13-points with 8:01 left in the game. King would outscore NGU 16-9 in the final 7:52 to advance to the second round of the playoffs while NGU's season came to an end.

The Crusaders finish the season 11-19 overall with a 9-13 mark in Conference Carolinas play.