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Millan Sets School Shooting Record In Win

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UMaine sophomore Blanca Millan set a school record, shooting 92% from the field in Saturday’s 71-56 win over Harvard.

The Black Bears finish 1-1 hosting their Tip-Off Tournament at Memorial gym on campus. The University of Dayton won the tourney.

Millan shot 12-for-13 from the field and 4-for-4 on three-point shots. That .923% tops Katie Whittier’s mark of .916% set back in 2005. Millan finished with 28 points in 28 minutes of playing time.

As a team, the Black Bears shot 44% to get their first win of the season.

Next for the Bears – a game vs Bryant University Tuesday night at the Cross Insurance Center.

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