Score: Williams Baptist College 61, Stephens College 40
Records: WBC (8-1, 3-1 AMC), SC (4-7, 2-3 AMC)
Location: Silverthorne Arena - Columbia, Mo.
How it Happened:
Williams had a 16-4 lead after the first quarter and outscored the Stars in the first three periods of the contest. The Lady Eagles largest lead of the game was a 27-point margin with 4:36 left in the third quarter.
Stat of the Game:
WBC held a dominant edge in scoring in the paint as they totaled 46 points compared to just 14 for Stephens.
Inside the Box Score:
• Porche Hall (SR/Wynne, Ark.) provided a double-double of 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting and a game-high 12 rebounds. She was the only player in the game that provided double-digits in boards.
• Alytrius Perry (JR/Marked Tree, Ark. ) tied with Hall for the team-high in points with 12 while shooting 6-of-11 from the field. She also added a game-high with five steals.
• Da'Monique Brown (SO/Luxora, Ark. ) provided 11 points and tied with Perry for the team lead in assists with four.
• Alisha Stone (SR/Blytheville, Ark.) also reached double-figures in scoring with 10 points and provided four steals on the defensive end.
Shooting: WBC (24-of-59) 40 percent, Stephens (12-of-60) 20 percent
Rebounding: Williams 49, SC 37
Free Throws: WBC (13-of-17) 76 percent, Stars (12-of-18) 67 percent
Steals: Lady Eagles 15, Stephens 8
500 Win Watch:
Head Coach Carol Halford currently sits at 496 career wins and is four shy of the 500 win plateau.
The Lady Eagles will travel to Parkville, Mo., for a conference match against the Pirates of Park University on Thursday, December 17. The game is scheduled for a 2 p.m. start in Parkville. This is the final game for the team in 2015. WBC will return home for a conference match against in-state foe Lyon College on January 2, which will also start at 2 p.m., in the SMC.
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