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- Emily Irwin, Class of 2019, Ties Single-Game Scoring Record
Emily Irwin, Class of 2019, Ties Single-Game Scoring Record
February 1, 2017
Emily Irwin, a nursing major from the Class of 2019, scored a career-best 36 points to help the Colonels eke out a 58-55 win over Gordon College in overtime on January 31. The sophomore guard tied the Curry College women's basketball program single-game scoring record with the 36 points and tied the single-game mark with 16 made free throws.
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