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LWC Women's Basketball back home for Shawnee State test
By Kyle Jackson
The Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team are set to take on Mid-South Conference opponent Shawnee State (Ohio) this Saturday in Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY.
Live video and live stats will be available from Biggers Sports Center. The women will tip-off at 1:30pmCT. Please view the LWC Athletics Home Attendance Protocols for more information.
No.12 Shawnee State (15-3, 9-3 MSC) returns to action riding high momentum after sneaking past Martin Methodist (Tenn.) by a final of 66-62 on Thursday night. Thanks to a double-double from Anyia Pride (21 points and 14 rebounds) and Carson Roney (18 points), The Bears were able to leave Tennessee with a win.
The Bears are guided on the floor by Brandie Snow this season, who is averaging team-high 17.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per contest. She also leads her squad shooting the deep ball with 27 made 3-pointers this season. This high level of scoring has led to Shawnee State beating opponents by an average of 16 points per game.
The No. 16 Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team (13-3, 8-3 MSC) steps into Biggers Sports Center after jumping up a spot in the latest national rankings Wednesday afternoon. The Blue Raiders are led in scoring by Reagan Turner who averages 22.3 PPG, the second-most in the conference. Behind Turner, two other players are averaging double figures with Bree Glover averaging 10.6 PPG and Hailey Ison averaging 10.4 PPG.
Glover is also controlling the glass for LWC. The senior from Glasgow (Ky.) has registered a team-high average of 10.6 RPG and 2.3 blocks per game, ranking second in the conference in each category.
In the all-time series, Shawnee State holds a commanding 21-7 advantage, with the Blue Raiders only beating the Bears three times in Biggers.
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