After falling last week to Florida State, ASU women’s basketball turned it around against the Idaho Vandals winning by a score of 77-33.
After falling last week to Florida State, the Sun Devils turned it around against the Idaho Vandals, winning by a score of 77-33.
ASU never trailed in the entirety of the match.
The Sun Devils began the first quarter on a 15-5 run, and the team led by a score of 23-10 at the end of the quarter.
Arizona State further extended its lead in the second quarter, as the team led 41-20 at the half.
ASU once again outscored the Vandals 17-10 in the third quarter, and the Sun Devils were leading 60-30 at the end of the quarter.
The Sun Devils held Idaho to three measly points in the fourth quarter, and the Sun Devils ended the game on a 20-3 run. ASU ended the dominant performance with a final score of 77-33.
Forward Jamie Ruden finished with a career-high 19 points and six rebounds with center Charnea Johnson-Chapman tallying a career-high 12 rebounds.
In total, three Sun Devils finished in double-figures with every player who played Monday recording points.
Also finishing in double-digits was forward Kianna Ibis, who had 16 points on 8-of-12 shooting, and guard Robbi Ryan, who scored 12 points on 6-of-8 shooting.
Arizona State shot 46 percent from the field while Idaho shot 24 percent. ASU dominated the glass out-rebounding the Vandals 52-29.
ASU rebounded from its loss last Sunday against Florida State with the 44-point win, which improved the team’s record to 8-3 on the year. Idaho, on the other hand, is now 3-7 following the loss.
The final non-conference contest for ASU comes Thursday against Arkansas. The Razorbacks are also 8-3 on the season, but have losses to Kansas, Nebraska and UTEP, who are all unranked. Arkansas also finished last place in the SEC last year.
The Sun Devils will look for their ninth win on Thursday against the SEC opponent and the game can be watched on Pac-12 Network at 2 p.m. MT.