The Wyoming Cowgirls got back on the winning track with two wins over San Diego State in Laramie. Back on Thursday night, the Cowgirls stifled the Aztecs 54-36 as Dagny Davidsdottir threw in 19 points and Marta Savic added a dozen. Wyoming owned the paint to the tune of 44-8 and overcame a cold shooting 1st quarter when they went 3-17 from the field. The Cowgirls defense saved the night considering that they were just 1-21 from the three-point line.

On Saturday, Wyoming beat SDSU 62-41 with another solid defensive performance, holding the Aztecs to 31% from the field. One game after making just a single three-pointer, the Cowgirls hit 10 of them on Saturday out of 23 attempts. Lyman native McKinley Bradshaw hit 3 of them and finished with 11 points, Casper native Jaye Johnson chipped in 10 points.

The Cowgirls are now 6-6 in Mountain West Conference play and 8-7 overall. They'll travel down the road to Fort Collins to meet Colorado State on Thursday night and Saturday afternoon.

Wyoming-SDU Women's Basketball
Tyler Davis
University of Wyoming Athletics
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