|Williams Baptist (Ark.) 9-13 (AMC 6-10)||22||15||28||17||82|
|Stephens (Mo.) 7-17 (AMC 6-12)||18||19||17||18||72|
|Feb. 4, 2017|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Indv. Leaders||Stephens (Mo.)|
|#5 Alytrius Perry - 21||Points||#12 Briana Clark - 21|
|#20 Andrea Moffitt - 9||Rebounds||#5 Sierra Pryor - 6|
|#5 Alytrius Perry - 6||Assists||5 Players - 2|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Team Statistics||Stephens (Mo.)|
|51.7% (31 - 60)||Field Goals %||42.6% (26 - 61)|
|25% (4 - 16)||3 Point Field Goals %||18.8% (3 - 16)|
|80% (16 - 20)||Free Throws||73.9% (17 - 23)|
|10||2nd Chance Pts||13|
Date: February 4, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 82 vs. Stephens College 72
Records: WBC (9-13, AMC 6-10) vs. SC (7-17, AMC 6-12)
Location: Columbia, Mo.
Another Season High:
For a second straight game, the Williams Baptist College Lady Eagles basketball team set a season-high for points scored in a game. After scoring 81 on Thursday night, WBC beat the Stars from Stephens College 82-72 on Saturday afternoon.
The win gives Williams a three game win streak in which they are averaging 80 points per game. This comes on the heels of an eight game losing streak, with the team averaging only 52 points per contest.
Although the team only made 4-of-16 shots beyond the arc on Saturday, they were on fire from 2-point range. They made 27-of-44 shots from inside the arc.
The team has also amped up the effort on the defensive end and created fast break opportunities. The scored 23 points off of 15 Stars turnovers.
Alytrius Perry (SR/Marked Tree, Ark. ) scored 21 on 8-of-14 shooting. The senior also dished out six assists and grabbed 7 rebounds. She has made 22 of her last 38 shots from the field and is averaging 19.33 point per game over her last three contests.
Andrea Moffitt (SR/Lexington, Tenn. ) came up one rebound short of her third straight double-double. Still, she scored 16 points and grabbed nine boards. For the week, she averaged 16 points, 11.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 3 steals, and two blocks per game.
Tashanescii Walker (FR/Jonesboro, Ark. ) scored 16 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the floor. She finished the week averaging 15.3 points per game.
The win streak has helped WBC get back into the American Midwest Conference playoff picture. They are now in a tie for seventh place with Missouri Baptist University. The top eight teams advance to the tournament.The Eagles have eight conference games remaining.
Williams will continue their road trip as they travel to St. Louis College of Pharmacy on Tuesday for a make-up game with the Eutectics. The game is scheduled to tip-off at 5:30 p.m. Following that, they will host the NAIA's top ranked team in Freed-Hardeman on Thursday, Feb. 9.