PHOTOSPREAD | Women’s basketball claims share of RMAC title

The UCCS women’s basketball team played CSU Pueblo on Mar. 1 and New Mexico Highlands on Mar. 2, winning both games and claiming a four-way tie for the RMAC Co-Championship.

Amyah Moore Allen was the leading scorer against CSU Pueblo with 22 points followed by Emily Vidal with 16, Maison White with seven and Breelyn Robinson with six. White was the leading scorer against New Mexico Highlands with 22 points, followed by Krystina Hagood with 13, Rylie Ottmann with 11 and Moore Allen with seven.

The Mountain Lions will face Colorado School of Mines on Mar. 5 at 6 p.m. at home in the RMAC Quarterfinal Round.

#24 Maison White shoots over the defense for a short jumper against CSU Pueblo.
#2 Emily Vidal shoots from the free throw line to give UCCS a 1-point lead in the second quarter over CSU Pueblo.
#23 Amyah Moore Allen led the team in points with 22 against CSU Pueblo.
The UCCS student section celebrates near the end of the game against CSU Pueblo.
#15 Briana Knabe shoots against New Mexico Highlands.
#5 Jessica Nation recorded six points against New Mexico Highlands.
#24 Maison White and #23 Amyah Moore Allen hug after defeating New Mexico Highlands and becoming co-champions of the RMAC regular season.
#24 Maison White, the team’s overall leading scorer this season, cuts down the net.
Head coach Misty Wilson led the team to the program’s first ever RMAC Championship in her first year of coaching at UCCS.

#5 Jessica Nation takes the ball to the basket for a short jumper against CSU Pueblo.