DOVER, Del. - Frostburg State hit 8-of-9 threes in the second half to pull away for a 75-61 win over Wesley.
The performance erased a 34-28 halftime lead for the Wolverines.
For the game, the Bobcats hit 14-of-21 from distance.
Elaina Hummel poured in 24 points on 8-of-12, including 6-of-8, while Stephanie Straka hit four threes and ended the day with 17 points.
The outside shooting cancelled out a big game by Wesley's Cory Boyd (Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant), who scored 24 points for the second straight game. The senior hit 9-of-16 field goals and went 5-of-9 from three point range. She also dished out six assists and added three steals.
Mindy Sharp had a double-double for the Bobcats with 15 points and 13 rebounds, while Lisa Byer netted 11 points.
A fastbreak three by Jazmine Miller (Dover, Del./Dover) with 3:59 to go in the first half, gave Wesley a 10 point lead, 30-20. Two threes by Hummel, however, sparked a mini run that chipped the lead to 31-28 with 11 seconds left in the half before a long three by Boyd at the buzzer put the Wolverines up by six.
Frostburg got two more threes by Hummel to start the second half and another by Byer gave the Bobcats a 37-34 lead less than three minutes into the half.
It was just a five point game, 56-51, after a pair of free throws by Angie Owens (Seaford, Del./Seaford) midway through the half, but the Bobcats pulled away with a 16-5 run.
Owens and Allison Beddia (New Castle, Del./Delcastle) tied for the team lead with 10 rebounds each.
Wesley will look to get back in the win column when St. Mary's (Md.) visits Wentworth Gymnasium on December 8. The game will end a run of six games in 12 days for Wesley.