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Seattle University women can't convert final chances in overtime

Kacie Sowell scores 21 points, grabs 14 rebounds in losing effort

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Seattle University couldn't capitalize on numerous opportunities in the final minute of overtime and dropped a 61-60 decision to UC Irvine in women's basketball Saturday at Connolly Center.

The Anteaters' Kelly Meggs nailed a three-pointer with 1:02 left in overtime to put UC Irvine (2-5) up 61-60.

The Redhawks (2-4) missed a layup with 35 seconds left, but got another chance when UCI was called for an offensive foul with 19 seconds left. The Redhawks couldn't convert on either of their final two shots.

Seattle U almost had the game won in regulation. The Redhawks' Kacie Sowell, who led all scorers with 21 points, scored on an offensive rebound with 28 seconds left for a 54-52 lead. But with three seconds left, UCI's Cheyenne Cathey drove from the top of the key and scored for the Anteaters.

Sowell hit 10 of 13 shots from the field and also had a game-high 14 rebounds. Sylvia Shephard added 17 points for the Redhawks.

UC Irvine had four players in double figures, led by Camille Buckley with 16 points.

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