Women's basketball dominates at home

Women's basketball dominates at home

RICHMOND, Ind. - Earlham had a dominant performance against St. Mary-Woods. They won the game 102-64

In order to keep up with the system offensive scheme St. Mary-of-the-Woods runs, Earlham went deep on their bench. Earlham won big in the paint, scoring 48 points in the paint while only allowing 16.

Earlham limited the Pomeroys offense by denying them opportunity to shoot it from the 3-point distance. St. Mary-Woods was only 28.9 percent from three. Prior to this meeting St. Mary-Woods averaged 44 three point attempts per game. In this matchup the Pomeroys only had 38 attempts.

Going forward, the Quakers need to protect the ball more efficiently. Earlham turned the ball over 29 times and forced 30 turnovers.

Kayla Bowling was one rebound away from a double double. She accounted for 16 points and nine rebounds. Kyndall Spears led the team in points(17) and recorded five turnovers.

Women's basketball has two days to prepare for their second HCAC matchup of the season. They will be facing the Bluffton Beavers at home on December 5 at  7:30 pm.