Central Michigan women beat Western Michigan 87-53
Thursday, February 14, 2019

(KALAMAZOO) - The host Western Michigan women's basketball team dropped a Mid-American Conference home matchup versus its in-state rival Central Michigan University on Wednesday evening, falling by a score of 87-53. The Broncos 87 points against stand as a season-high, as they struggled to contain CMU's Reyna Frost, who tallied a career-high 33 points along with 20 rebounds while shooting 14 of 18 from the field. The Chippewas forced 18 WMU turnovers and held a 44-31 advantage in rebounds. The turnovers were costly as the Chips totaled 19 points off Bronco giveaways and led in points in the paint, 48-24. The Lady Broncos had three starters score in double figures, with senior Jasmyn Walker leading the way with 15 points. Leighan-Amori Wool followed with 12 points and Kamrin Reed added 10 points. Western Michigan, now 8-13 overall and 2-8 in the MAC, has a road trip Saturday as they head to Ohio University to face the Lady Bobcats.