"This was obviously not the first time we've played them," Hawkins said. "We knew what the keys were going to be for us."
In fact, this was the fourth time Bridgeport and Lincoln have played this season - the Indians won the three previous meetings, too.
With 5:07 left, Lincoln began a full-court press that ignited a 10-0 run for the Cougars.
Makayla McEwayne scored the first five points on the run and finished with 11 overall. The junior was the only Lincoln player to finish in double figures.
Glenn snuffed out Lincoln's fourth-quarter spark by hitting 7-of-10 foul shots in the final 2:36.
Glenn finished with 33 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the floor and 19-of-23 free throws. She was the only Bridgeport player to finish in double figures.
"Unfortunately, we let her get to the line too much and let her get to the paint too much," Hawkins said. "We wanted to turn her into a jump shooter and, unfortunately, we weren't able to do that.
"It's hard to overcome - you shoot three free throws and the other team shoots 35."
For Glenn, her 33 points was one less than the entire Lincoln squad combined.
"I know I'm biased but if Miki Glenn isn't the best player in the state of West Virginia then boy I'd like to see them," Bridgeport Coach Dave Marshall said.
"I've coached a long time and I haven't seen any better."