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In the news: Florida Gulf Coast sets 3-pointer record

Florida Gulf Coast sets 3-pointer record

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Florida Gulf Coast sank 22 shots from three-point range Saturday to break its own single-game Division I women’s record in a 97-60 victory over East Tennessee State.

Betsy Adams, who finished with 25 points in 14 minutes, made 7 in 12 attempts, but she got plenty of help from her teammates as the Eagles took 43 long-range attempts, making 51.2 percent.

Florida Gulf Coast made 21 3-pointers in 51 attempts last season in a 106-27 victory over Webber International on Nov. 28, 2011.

– Associated Press

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