-- Denver's Samantha Romanowski registered a career-high six steals in the win over Fort Wayne.
Denver 86, Fort Wayne 65 | FW Recap // DEN Recap
DENVER (denverpioneers.com) -- The University of Denver women's basketball team finally snapped its three-game losing streak, thumping Fort Wayne, 86-65 inside Hamilton Gymnasium on Sunday afternoon.
The Pioneers improved to 13-11 and 4-5 in the Summit League, while the Mastodons dropped to 4-19 and 1-9 in the league.
Five players from DU scored in double figures, as Samantha Romanowski led the way with a game-high 18 points. The Mountlake Terrace, Wash. native also led the team in steals, carding a career-high of 6.
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