Women's Basketball dropped a game to Yeshiva Thursday evening. After averaging 76.5 points over the last two games, the Five Towns women were held to just 31 points, shooting 19.4% from the field. In a high-intensity game, Yeshiva's defense outlasted the Sound. Five Towns had 29 turnovers, which Yeshiva converted in 23 points of their own.
Leading the scoring for Five Towns was Rasauna Melendez with 10 points. Yeshiva's scoring was led by #25 Tehilla Teigman, with 19 points.
The women's next game is on Saturday, November 17th when they visit Kingsborough Community College.