Alexandria Kiss-Rusk (left) and Mariam Sylla (

Alex Kiss-Rusk (left) about to receive pass from Mariam Sylla (right)

Box Score
LENNOXVILLE — Alex Kiss-Rusk of Beaconsfield, Que., registered a “double-double” as the McGill Martlets, ranked No.4 in Canada, defeated winless Bishop’s 51-34 in an ugly women’s basketball contest at the Mitchell gym in Lennoxville, Saturday.

The game, which featured a whopping 57 turnovers, 82 missed field-goals and eight missed free throws, was McGill’s lowest offensive output in a win, dating back to a 44-34 decision over Concordia on Nov. 21, 2013.

Both teams only scored four points in the opening quarter and the Gaiters actually led 15-13 at halftime before McGill awoke from their slumber, outscoring BU 19-4 in the thrid quarter and 19-15 in the final stanza.

Kiss-Rusk posted game-highs with 13 points and 10 rebounds, making six of 17 shots from the field and one of two attempts from the foul-line. The 6-foot-4 sophomore centre added three blocked shots, a pair of assists and a steal.