No. 14 Boston College 92, Providence 47
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP)—Kathrin Ress scored 19 points and Brooke Queenan added 13 to lead No. 14 Boston College to a 92-47 victory Monday night over Providence.
Ress made eight of 11 shots and added five rebounds for the Eagles (14-2, 5-0 Big East). They forged a 42-17 halftime advantage with a 28-0 run that began after the Friars got a 3-point basket in the opening seconds.
The Friars (1-16, 0-6 Big East) shot a dismal 29.2 percent in the first half, failing to score for a stretch of 12:50.
Boston College built on its lead with a 17-9 spurt to open the second half. The Eagles enjoyed their largest lead of the night at 43 points late in the game.
Shauna Snyder hit five of 10 3-point shots in pacing the Friars with 17 points. Jill Furstenburgh added 14 for the losers.
Aja Parham added 12 points in just 13 minutes for the Eagles.
Boston College’s previous high output this season came on Dec. 4 in a 90-63 win over Northeastern.
Providence committed 18 turnovers.
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