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Defense helps Lady Demons win
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NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State followed freshman Janelle Perez’s lead to overcome an eight-point deficit with just over seven minutes to play to beat Alcorn State 55-50 Monday at Prather Coliseum. 
Perez scored 21 points to clinch NSU’s (2-0) first two game win streak to open a season since the 2007 season. Her three-pointer at 7:19 helped spark a 10 point run to take the lead at 5:45 for the game.
“I’m really proud of our kids, their effort, and the way they continued to fight tonight,” said new co-head Brooke Stoehr. “They are trying to figure it out, and we’re going to figure it out together.  We’ll run into some battles and we just have to run together and fight through it.”
Alcorn State (0-2) was led offensively by Carolinsia Crumbly who had 15 points and Au-Juvan Andrews who contributed 13. 
The Lady Demons will hit the road Friday when they travel to Oxford, Miss. to take on Ole Miss at 11 a.m.
NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State followed freshman Janelle Perez’s lead to overcome an eight-point deficit with just over seven minutes to play to beat Alcorn State 55-50 Monday at Prather Coliseum. Perez scored 21 points to clinch NSU’s (2-0) first two game win streak to open a season since the 2007 season. Her three-pointer at 7:19 helped spark a 10 point run to take the lead at 5:45 for the game. “I’m really proud of our kids, their effort, and the way they continued to fight tonight,” said new co-head Brooke Stoehr. “They are trying to figure it out, and we’re going to figure it out together.  We’ll run into some battles and we just have to run together and fight through it.” Alcorn State (0-2) was led offensively by Carolinsia Crumbly who had 15 points and Au-Juvan Andrews who contributed 13. The Lady Demons will hit the road Friday when they travel to Oxford, Miss. to take on Ole Miss at 11 a.m.
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NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State followed freshman Janelle Perez’s lead to overcome an eight-point deficit with just over seven minutes to play to beat Alcorn State 55-50 Monday at Prather Coliseum.

Perez scored 21 points to clinch NSU’s (2-0) first two game win streak to open a season since the 2007 season. Her three-pointer at 7:19 helped spark a 10 point run to take the lead at 5:45 for the game.

“I’m really proud of our kids, their effort, and the way they continued to fight tonight,” said new co-head Brooke Stoehr. “They are trying to figure it out, and we’re going to figure it out together.  We’ll run into some battles and we just have to run together and fight through it.”

Alcorn State (0-2) was led offensively by Carolinsia Crumbly who had 15 points and Au-Juvan Andrews who contributed 13.

The Lady Demons will hit the road Friday when they travel to Oxford, Miss. to take on Ole Miss at 11 a.m.

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