13: McDonald's career night leads Wolverines to come-from-behind win
Throughout her freshman and sophomore seasons, forward Mary McDonald had
shown signs of having the ability to be an all-conference level player.
On February 1, 2014, McDonald had another one of those games, pouring in
a career-high 24 points on 10-15 shooting and grabbing a game-high 11
rebounds to lead the Wolverines to a come-from-behind 75-69 victory over
Presidents' Athletic Conference foe Bethany.
The game marked the first time that a Wolverine player recorded more
than 20 points and 10 rebounds in a game since Kathryn Erbelding did so
against W&J in the 2013 PAC Tournament.
Bethany led by as much as nine midway through the second half, but
McDonald and junior guard Kelsey Shirey each hit multiple key shots as
Grove City closed the game on a 20-6 run to avenge an earlier loss to
the Bison and earn an important victory for their PAC Tournament hopes.
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