INDEPENDENCE, MO (Women's Basketball) – In Abby Feuchter (SR/Cincinnati, Ohio)'s final game she led the Bears in points scoring 15 points, but the Shawnee State women's basketball team was unable to overcome a 26 percent shooting performance, as Baker defeated SSU by a final score of 70-56 on Friday afternoon at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
Feuchter finished with 15 points, three assists and six rebounds. The Bears were never able to get their shots to fall. They finished the game shooting 16-of-61 from the field.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (Women's Basketball) – Following a 77-69 victory over Langston University in the opening round of the 36th Annual NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championships, the Shawnee State women's basketball team now readies for a Round of 16 matchup with Baker University on Friday.
Tip-off is slated for 1:30 p.m. ET at the Silverstein Eyes Center Arena.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (Women's Basketball) – Shawnee State fell behind early in the first quarter, but strong performances from the trio of Ashton Lovely (FR/Jamestown, Ohio), Ali Zieverink (SR/West Chester, Ohio) and Madison Ridout (SO/Jackson, Ohio) led the Bears to a 77-69 victory over Langston University on Wednesday afternoon at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
Lovely finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, while Zieverink and Ridout finished with 18 points each. SSU was suffocating on defense down the stretch allowing Langston to only shoot 33 percent from the field.
Independence, Mo. (Women's Basketball) – It has been nine years since the Shawnee State women's basketball team did not make the NAIA postseason. The Bears will make it nine straight – including six straight since joining NAIA Division I – when the squad faces off against Langston University on Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
Shawnee State enters the contest ranked No. 5 in the NAIA Women's Basketball Division I Coaches' Poll, and as a No. 2 seed in the national tournament. Langston received votes in that same coaches' poll and are seeded seventh in the Cramer Bracket.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (Women's Basketball) – Throughout the entire 36th Annual NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championships, Buffalo Wild Wings in Portsmouth will be streaming each of the Shawnee State women's basketball contests.
The first game begins Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET, when the women's team takes on Langston University.