The University of Jamestown women's basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak with an 84-71 win over the College of St. Mary on Saturday, Feb. 9, in Omaha, Neb.

UJ junior Paige Schmidt finished with 15 points and sophomore Emma Stoehr added 13 to lead the Jimmies. The opening half featured eight ties and nine lead changes, with neither team leading by more than five points.

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Schmidt, a native of Tappen, N.D., opened the second half converting a pair of 3-pointers, en route to totaling 9 of her 15 points in the third. Senior Marina Nowak chipped in 7 points off the bench, all coming in the third quarter.

Jamestown ballooned an 8-point lead to start the fourth into 19 following a 3-pointer from Stoehr (78-59). College of St. Mary's Corryne Millett scored a game-high 17 points for the Flames.

Edgeley native Olivia Anderson led the Jimmie reserves with 10 points off the bench. The Jimmie bench as a whole scored 42 of the team's 84 points.

Jamestown (13-15, 7-13 GPAC) travels to Orange City, Iowa, on Wednesday to play No. 2 Northwestern (23-3, 17-3) in the final road game of the season. The Jimmie women will host No. 14 Morningside College (18-10, 10-10) in the regular-season finale on Feb. 16.

The Jimmies are full game behind Briar Cliff (8-12) and a half game back of Mount Marty (8-13) in the battle for the final GPAC conference tournament position.

Jamestown 84, College of St. Mary 71

UJ 20 15 26 23 -- 84

MARY 18 15 18 20 -- 71

UJ-Paige Schmidt 15, Emma Stoehr 13, Noelle Josephson 8, Jenna Doyle 6, Olivia Anderson 10, Marina Nowak 7, Allison Jablonsky 6, Grace Benz 5, Lissy McCulloch 5, Courtney Mosloski 3, Mackensi Higlin 2, Jory Mullen 2, Kasey Harper 1, Correy Hickman 1. Totals: 28-60 FG, 9-29 3-pointers (Schmidt 4, Stoehr 3, Benz, McCulloch), 19-26 FT 45 Rebounds (Schmidt 6), 18 Fouls, 22 Assists (Stoehr 6), 21 Turnovers, 5 Blocks (5 with 1), 8 Steals (Josephson 3).

MARY-Corryne Millett 17, Tyler Sumpter 16, AShley Nelson 12, Peyton Hagen 7, Dani Carlson 3, Trista Merrival 7, Veronica Kobza 7, Alyssa Laudato 2. Totals: 24-66 FG, 6-21 3-pointers (Sumpter 3, Millett, Hagen, Kobza), 17-20 FT, 34 Rebounds (2 with 5), 22 Fouls, 18 Assists (2 with 4), 19 Turnovers, 4 Blocks (Nelson 2), 11 Steals (Nelson 3).

Records: Jamestown 13-15, 7-13 GPAC. College of St. Mary 2-25, 1-19 GPAC.