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Mintun is mighty in Aggies women\’s victory

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November 3, 2010 |

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Two-time All-Big West first team member Paige Mintun picked up right where she left off for UC Davis on Wednesday, leading the Aggie women\’s basketball team to a 91-33 win over San Francisco State in an exhibition game at The Pavilion.

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Mintun nailed a trio of 3-pointers and scored 17 first-half points to help UCD to a 33-point lead at intermission. The senior finished with 21 points to lead five Aggies in double figures.

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Vicky Deely added 13 points, while Kasey Riecks — who had four 3-pointers — and Heidi Heintz each had 12. Brianna Salvatore added 10 points for UCD, which was 15-for-33 from beyond the 3-point line and shot 50 percent from the field overall.

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Molly Morton and Candyce Matthews each scored six points for the Gators, a Division II squad that competes in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.

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The Aggies, who are the media\’s pick to win this year\’s Big West championship, never trailed in the game, scoring the first nine points and then using a 14-0 run over a four-minute span midway through the half to turn a 19-6 lead into a 27-point advantage with 6:47 to go before intermission.

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Mintun hit all three of her treys in the game\’s first 10 minutes, eventually making 6-of-8 from the floor overall on her way to a big first half of scoring. UCD led 45-12 at halftime, scoring 30 points off 17 turnovers from San Francisco State.

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The second half brought more of the same for the Aggies, who enjoyed their biggest lead at 87-23 with 4:53 remaining. UCD had 24 assists on 31 baskets, including four from Hannah Stephens. Lauren Juric had three steals.

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The exhibition game is the only one this season for the Aggies, who will travel to face the University of San Francisco on Nov. 12 in their opener.

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