|Williams Baptist (Ark.) 8-13, 5-10 AMC||19||19||24||19||81|
|Park (Mo.) 5-14, 5-11 AMC||12||14||15||13||54|
|Feb. 2, 2017|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Indv. Leaders||Park (Mo.)|
|2 Players (#5,#20) - 20||Points||#5 Lexus Bradley - 12|
|#20 Andrea Moffitt - 13||Rebounds||2 Players (#5,#10) - 8|
|2 Players (#5,#20) - 6||Assists||#14 Kiana Matthews - 2|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Team Statistics||Park (Mo.)|
|54.2% (32 - 59)||Field Goals %||26% (19 - 73)|
|33.3% (6 - 18)||3 Point Field Goals %||21.1% (4 - 19)|
|73.3% (11 - 15)||Free Throws||70.6% (12 - 17)|
|5||2nd Chance Pts||19|
Date: February 2, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 81 vs. Park University 54
Records: WBC (8-13, AMC 5-10) vs. Park (5-14, AMC 5-11)
Location: The Breck - Parkville, Mo.
After struggling offensively for most of the year, the Williams Baptist College Lady Eagles offense has begun to show life over the past two games. The women's basketball team scored 77 points on Monday night at home, and then team went on the road to score a season-high 81 points at Park University on Thursday night.
The team shot well from the floor, making 32-of-59 shots for 54 percent. The Lady Eagles assisted on 21 of their 32 made shots from the field.
The defense also did a good job stifling Park's attack, limiting them to 19-of-73 from the field for a mere 26 percent. The defense also managed to force 18 Pirate turnovers, scoring 15 points off of them.
Andrea Moffitt (SR/Lexington, Tenn. ) filled up the stat sheet for WBC, scoring 20 points with 13 rebounds, six assists, five steals, and two blocks. This is her second straight double-double.
Joining her with a game-high 20 points is Alytrius Perry (SR/Marked Tree, Ark. ) who scored those points on nine shots. She made 7-of-9 from the field, including 2-of-3 from 3-point range.
Tashanescii Walker (FR/Jonesboro, Ark. ) continues to grow into her role in the lane, as she scored 15 points on 6-of-11 shooting, while grabbing six rebounds.
The win propels Williams into a tie for eighth place in the American Midwest Conference. They sit .5 game out of seventh place. The top eight teams will qualify for the AMC Tournament. There are nine conference games remaining.
WBC will travel to Columbia, Mo., to battle Stephens College on Saturday, February 4. They will be seeking their third straight win as the game tips off at 1 p.m.