Five Bluejays scored in double figures as the Creighton women’s basketball team posted a 96-57 win over North Dakota Monday night at D.J. Sokol Arena. The highest scoring game by the Bluejays since 2003 was keyed by a season-high 61.1 field-goal percentage by the home team. Creighton also finished with season-highs in three-pointers (12), assists (24), steals (12) and blocked shots (9). Kelsey Woodard led the Bluejays with 19 points, as all 10 players which saw playing time had an assist and seven of the 10 Bluejays scored at least nine points.
Woodard finished 5-of-8 from the field, 2-of-4 from three-point range and 7-of-8 from the free throw line for her team-best 19 points. Sam Schuett had 16 points and game-high three blocked shots, making 3-of-7 three-pointers in the win. Ally Jensen drained 4-of-7 threes in the win and finished with 14 points. Kellie Nelson and Sarah Nelson both finished with 12 points, as the sister duo combined to go 9-for-12 from the field.
Carli Tritz scored nine points, making all four of her field goal attempts in her first career start. Fellow freshman McKenzie Fujan finished with a career-best nine points in 13 minutes off the bench. Jasmin Corbin led the Jays with a career-high five assists and DaNae Moore led the team with a career-best three steals.
The Bluejays finished with season-bests in points (96), field goals (33), field-goal percentage (.611), three-pointers (12), assists (24), steals (12) and blocked shots (9).