Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Lewis Clark State

44

GAME RESULTS12T
Trinity Western242044
Lewis-Clark State454994« FINAL

94

Game Date: 1/1/2010Location: Activity Center Lewiston, ID
Game Time: 6:00:00 PMAttendance: 291
Officials:
Team Statistics
TeamGame Average
FG%Trinity Western
31.6%
Lewis-Clark State
50.9%
3FG%Trinity Western
18.2%
Lewis-Clark State
60%
FT%Trinity Western
66.7%
Lewis-Clark State
81.8%
Trinity WesternLewis-Clark State
Turnovers2211
Turnover Pts00
Biggest Lead00
Trinity Western
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
#NAMEMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTTOBSPTS
Substitutions
13Corina Reimer18:001/70/00/1404140102
15Keely Goertzen14:003/41/20/0011030107
07Rae-Maryse Laljee15:000/10/00/0000131000
02Emily Knauff34:003/130/42/2022531908
09Lauren Doubroff24:002/71/21/2235120406
06Amanda Knauff25:005/120/01/24371201011
01B. JoAnna8:001/30/00/0123022202
11Holly Strom13:000/20/00/0224020200
12Karla Josefson19:000/40/30/0213010000
14Tiffany Olsen23:002/30/02/2033110006
04Jessica Carmichael7:001/10/00/0000100102
Total20018/572/116/91517321124422044
31.6%18.2%66.7% Team Rebs: 2 Total TO: 23
Lewis-Clark State
FIELD GOALSREBOUNDS
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Substitutions
11V. Kirsi18:003/50/00/02911051116
05H. Ashley25:000/30/05/6268122305
21R. Kenna23:003/50/02/2112423208
42D. Lauren12:001/40/12/2134112104
04D. Nikki21:005/73/46/60003123119
24M. Nichole14:002/20/00/1134011014
23M. Madison17:002/22/23/4011210109
22S. Jasmine22:004/102/36/62136110316
31F. Alyssa24:005/80/00/01120010110
10K. Annie8:001/31/20/0000200003
03B. Tasha16:003/81/33/61122010010
Total20029/579/1527/3311263721141411794
50.9%60%81.8% Team Rebs: 1 Total TO: 11

Game Recap

Game Recap

WOMENS BASKETBALL (NON-CONFERENCE)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 01, 2010
TWU SPARTANS (44) AT LEWIS-CLARK STATE COLLEGE WARRIORS (94)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NAIA NO. 11 WARRIORS RUN PAST SPARTANS

LEWISTON, Idaho
– Playing without injured starting point guard Stephanie Carkner of Port Coquitlam, B.C. the Trinity Western University Spartans women’s basketball team had a number of players learning new positions and as a result fell 94-44 to NAIA No. 11 ranked Lewis-Clark State College Warriors Friday night in Lewiston, Idaho.

“Tonight’s game was a bit of a learning curve for us as we have had to shuffle the line-up because of injuries. Despite the final result it’s good to work things out and learn against a tough team,” commented TWU head coach Kerby Court. “It’s not easy and was at times very difficult, but we hope to bounce back tomorrow with a better result.”

Carkner, who was injured in the Spartans loss to Whitman College on Jan. 30, was unable to suit-up today, but is expected to return to action when Canada West Conference play resumes Jan. 8-9.

Size-wise, both teams matched-up fairly evenly which resulted in the Warriors only slightly out rebounding the Spartans 38-34. Trinity Western topped LCSC 15-12 in offensive rebounds, however, the Warriors did a better job of capitalizing on their rebounds as they outscored the Spartans 16-5 in second chance points.

LCSC’s Kirsi Voshell led the game with 11 rebounds, and Ashley Honeycutt came off the bench to add eight.

The Spartans had trouble moving the ball against the Warriors’ high-pressure defense and ended up with 22 turnovers. The Warriors, who finished with 14 steals, scored 20 points off of the Spartans’ ball control miscues.

Shooting 31.6 percent in the game, the Spartans, who are now 3-11, were lead by Amanda Knauff of Maple Ridge, B.C. who finished with team highs of 11 points and seven rebounds.

 All 11 players on the Warriors’ roster got on the scoreboard with three points or more, and four Warriors reached double-digits. Nikki DePeel led the way with 19, Jasmine Stohr had 16, and Alyssa Fierro and Tasha Bishop had 10 apiece.

Shooting 50.9 percent from the field in the game, LCSC cruised to a 45-24 lead at halftime and reached their largest lead of 52 with around five minutes left in the second half.

The Warriors were especially effective from the outside as they made a season high nine 3-pointers in 15 attempts. DePeel was 3-of-4 from long range, Madison Mendezona was 2-of-2, and Stohr was 2-of-3.

The two teams will meet again on Saturday at 1 p.m.

-TW-

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