Trailing by just one point with over eight minutes before halftime, Nebraska Wesleyan would be held scoreless for the next 8:32 as Dordt College went on a 21-0 run to end the half and they would roll to a 67-34 victory in GPAC women's basketball action on Saturday afternoon (Dec. 8) at Snyder Arena.
The Prairie Wolves (1-8, 0-5 GPAC) had their worst shooting performance of the season as they hit only 17.7 percent from the floor shooting 11-62 for the game. NWU was 2-14 from 3-point range for 14.3 percent.
Dordt ended the game shooting 43.1 for the game as they hit 50 percent in the second half to seal the victory.
For Nebraska Wesleyan, they could not get the ball to fall in the hoop in the first half as they had several good looks at the basket but didn't convert them to points.
No NWU player reached double figures as Courtney Cook came off the bench to pace the Prairie Wolves with nine points and three rebounds.
Dordt was led by Kayla Broekhuis with 17 points.