BELLEVUE, Neb. -- Behind a 28-4 advantage in points off turnovers the (RV) Bellevue University women's basketball team downed Cottey College 64-43 in a sloppily played non-conference game at the Gordon Lozier Athletic Center on Saturday afternoon.
(RV) Bellevue: 6-1
Recap: (RV) Bellevue 64, Cottey 43
Bellevue forced Cottey into 32 turnovers which they Bruins turned into a 28-4 advantage in points off turnovers.
Kelsey Acton scored a game-high 14 points for the Comets and totaled five steals.
Cottey held a sizable 56-34 advantage on the glass, including an 18-9 edge in offensive rebounds, but could were out-scored 10-8 in second chance points.
Jurek led a balanced Bruins offensive effort with nine points. In total, 11 different Bruins scored on the day. Hennings and Winkler each went for eight while Elexis Martinez added seven points, a team-best seven rebounds, five blocked shots, and three steals.
Shayla Dean and Ross co-led the team with four assists apiece as BU assisted on 16 of their 23 made baskets.
Bellevue wraps up their six-game home-stand on Tuesday, Nov. 13 when they welcome the Sentinels of Nebraska Christian College to the Gordon Lozier Athletic Center for a 6 p.m. tip-off.