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Breen, Conlon challenge MSUB's record-setting Lemelin

Posted at 6:35 PM, Feb 25, 2020

BILLINGS - Jeanann Lemelin has been in the zone. MTN Sports reporters Scott Breen and Casey Conlon recently found out the hard way.

A couple weeks ago Lemelin tied the MSU Billings school record for 3-pointers in a game with eight. Saturday she broke that mark with 10 in a 91-66 win at Seattle Pacific.

"I had a few go in that didn't go that great, but then in the second half my teammates did a really nice job. Sometimes I felt like I was all by myself," Lemelin told MTN Sports.

'Jackets coach Kevin Woodin wondered if SPU would make defensive adjustments at the break to slow down Lemelin.

"Actually, I made the comment at halftime, 'Jeanann, if I was coaching against you, I would run you off the line, so you need to make sure if they do that you're effective off the dribble,'" Woodin said.

"Yeah, I only shot one layup ... but I made it, though," Lemelin laughed.

Breen and Conlon took their shot at MSUB's newest record-setter during a recent practice. The above video is evidence that Lemelin is still in the zone -- even on a mediocre afternoon.