|Greenville College 13-7||17||11||19||11||58|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.) 7-13, AMC 4-10||17||19||25||16||77|
|Jan. 30, 2017|
|Walnut Ridge, AR|
|Greenville College||Indv. Leaders||Williams Baptist (Ark.)|
|#22 Laura Goodnight - 12||Points||#5 Alytrius Perry - 17|
|#15 Meredith Crosier - 6||Rebounds||#20 Andrea Moffitt - 13|
|#11 Claire Schmitt - 5||Assists||2 Players (#5,#20) - 4|
|Greenville College||Team Statistics||Williams Baptist (Ark.)|
|38.3% (23 - 60)||Field Goals %||38.7% (29 - 75)|
|22.7% (5 - 22)||3 Point Field Goals %||25% (7 - 28)|
|77.8% (7 - 9)||Free Throws||57.1% (12 - 21)|
|6||2nd Chance Pts||15|
Date: January 30, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 77 vs. Greenville College 58
Records: WBC (7-13) vs. GC (13-7)
Location: Southerland-Mabee Center - Walnut Ridge, Ark.
Losing Streak is Over:
The Williams Baptist College Lady Eagles basketball squad entered Monday night's affair with Greenville College on an eight game losing streak. WBC snapped the streak in dominate fashion, as they blew out the Panthers 77-58.
The Lady Eagles used tenacious defense, forcing 24 turnovers, which led directly to 19 points. The team also scored 77 points, eclipsing 70 for only the seventh time this season.
Williams was first to most loose balls in the game, snatching 14 steals, while blocking eight shots. They also out-rebounded Greenville 47-to-41.
Spreading the Scoring:
Five Lady Eagles reached double-figure scoring. Alytrius Perry (SR/Marked Tree, Ark. ) led the way with 17 points on 7-of-15 shooting from the floor. Following her was Taylor Williams (SR/Mountain Home, Ark. ) who made five 3-point baskets on her way to 16 points. She has now eclipsed 500 career points for WBC.
Tashanescii Walker (FR/Jonesboro, Ark. ) came up one rebound short of a double-double, but was able to snatch nine rebounds to go along with her 15 points. Andrea Moffitt (SR/Lexington, Tenn. ) found a way to clog up the box score by scoring 12 points, while grabbing 13 rebounds, dishing four assists, and adding three steals and three blocks.
Kate Junkersfeld (FR/Pocahontas, Ark. ) came off the bench to score 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting.
WBC is headed into a crucial stretch for conference play. They travel to Parkville, Mo., to play Park University on Thursday, Feb. 2, before traveling to Stephens College on Saturday, Feb. 4.