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LWC Women's Basketball earns 84-67 win over Shawnee State

By Brady Budke

The No. 16 Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team secured a strong Mid-South Conference victory over No. 12 Shawnee State (OH) today at Biggers Sports Center by a final of 84-67.

The win improves the Blue Raiders to 14-3 (9-3 MSC) on the season, while the Bears drop to 15-4 (9-4 MSC).

For the 11th time this season, Reagan Turner led the charge on offense, scoring a team-high 24 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the field while producing her season-high of 11 makes from the charity stripe. With the 24 point outing, Turner is now tied with Viktoria Krell for second on the LWC women's basketball all-time career scoring list with 2,110 career points.

Alongside the excellence of Turner, Bree Glover corralled 16 points and nine rebounds, while Jordyn Stephens chipped in 15 points and five assists.

The duo of Brandie Snow and Anyia Pride carried Shawnee State today, with Snow garnering 26 points and nine rebounds, while Pride added a double-double of 14 points and 12 boards.

A notable component of the victory for LWC included forcing SSU into 22 turnovers. The Blue Raiders also won the battle over the Bears in total assists (16-to-12), total rebounds (38-to-37) and total made free throws (18-to-11).

Lindsey Wilson held strong after one quarter of play, leading 25-15. However, Shawnee State rolled out a convincing 13-0 run in the second quarter to quickly regain the lead at 28-25. The Blue Raiders successfully weathered the storm by responding with a 16-4 run to take a 41-32 lead into the half.

The second half was all LWC, as the team extended its lead out to 15 after three quarters, which eventually spiraled into the 17 point victory.

The Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team is set to return to the floor on Monday, Feb. 1, to battle Martin Methodist (TN) at Biggers Sports Center beginning at 5pmCT.

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