Former Creek star paces ULM in win

Sarah Adams scored 11 points to lead all scorers in ULM’s record-setting 103-28 win over Centenary. (Photo by Luke Richard/ULM Athletics)

By Malcolm Butler

Former Cedar Creek star and current ULM guard Sarah Adams scored a team-high 11 points — all coming in the fourth quarter — to pace the Warhawks to a 103-28 win over Centenary Tuesday.

Adams hit 4-of-5 field goals, including 2-of-2 from the three-point line, and 1-of-2 free throws and added two steals while playing 10 minutes in the contest.

She was one of three players in double figures and one of 15 Warhawks to score in the win.

“Sarah is just a phenomenal person and basketball player,” said ULM coach Brooks Donald Williams. “We’re excited about her getting the opportunity to play extended minutes today. She comes out to work hard at practice every day, So, we’re excited that everybody got minutes today. We had production from our entire bench, and that’s why it was a huge team win.”

The 75-point margin of victory was the largest ever by the Warhawks and the 28 points allowed tied the program record for the fewest ever by an opponent.


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