MIAA Women's Basketball Week #6 Wrap-Up

MIAA Women's Basketball Week #6 Wrap-Up

December 17 - MIAA Player of the Week


Last Week's Results

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Dec. 11 Kalamazoo 45 Calumet Col. 68 Final
  Calvin 70 Olivet * 66 Final
Dec. 13 Calumet Col. 64 Olivet 72 Final
Dec. 14 Hope 92 Finlandia 37 Post-Exam Jam Final
Dec. 15 Kalamazoo 55 Albion * 80 Final
  Alma 66 Saint Mary's (Ind.) * 72 Final
  Hope 61 Thomas More 81 Post-Exam Jam Final
  Hiram 69 Adrian 55 Final
* Conference

Next Week's Games

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Dec. 17 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 48 Ind.-South Bend 74 Final
  Adrian 79 Kalamazoo * 59 Final
Dec. 18 Lake Superior St. 87 Alma 69 Final
Dec. 19 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 57 North Park 53 Final
  Defiance 40 Trine 71 Final
  Olivet 65 Fontbonne 69 Final
  Albion 87 Franklin 63 Final
Dec. 20 Hartwick 74 Olivet 52 Final
  Birmingham Southern 49 Calvin 65 Quality Suites Holiday Classic Final
  Oglethorpe 46 Hope 64 Quality Suites Holiday Classic Final
Dec. 21 Hope 79 Birmingham Southern 37 Quality Suites Holiday Classic Final
  Oglethorpe 73 Calvin 48 Quality Suites Holiday Classic Final
* Conference

Around the MIAA

Adrian (4-6, 0-3)

No report submitted.


Albion (8-2, 3-1)

Albion shot 53 percent from the field in building an 18-point lead over Kalamazoo at halftime...Rain Hinton scored a season-high 23 in just 16 minutes on the court. She dominated the low block by hitting 10-of-16 shots and stuffed the box score with five rebounds and three steals...Maija Gillum chipped in with 13 points, one shy of her season-high.

Alma (6-5, 1-3)

Alma lost, 72-66, to Saint Mary's on Saturday (Dec. 15). Freshman guard Stasha Warchock (Marquette, Mich. / Marquette) led the Scots with 16 points, tying her career-high. Alma is 6-5 overall and 1-3 in the MIAA. A 7-0 run by Saint Mary's down the stretch was the difference. Sophomore forward Madeline Barnauskas (Livonia, Mich. / Dearborn Divine Child) made some big shots down the stretch with the Scots down five midway through the fourth quarter. The senior's free throw with just over four minutes left tied it up at 58. She followed it with another layup to tie it at 60 with just over three minutes remaining. Alma was able to make three buckets in the final minute but the Belles' strong free throw shooting at the end kept the game out of reach.


Calvin (5-4, 2-1)

Calvin improved to 5-4 overall and 2-1 in the MIAA with a 70-66 conference victory over Olivet last Tuesday at Van Noord Arena. Calvin pulled away for the win by outscoring the Comets 28-23 in the fourth quarter. Freshman Gabby Timmer led Calvin with 24 points while senior Becca Richards popped in 14 points. Calvin will travel to the state of Georgia for a pair of non-conference games this week on the campus of Oglethorpe University. Calvin will face a pair of Division III opponents while there. On December 20 Calvin will face Birmingham-Southern and then turn around to face host Oglethorpe on December 21. Both games are slated to start at 3 p.m.


No. 5/5 Hope (7-1, 3-0)

No report submitted.


Kalamazoo (0-8, 0-2)

Kalamazoo lost a pair of home games last week, 68-48 to Calumet College on Tuesday and 80-55 to Albion College on Saturday. Kaytln Tidey led the Hornets with 11 points and seven rebounds against Calumet and a career-high 24 points with one rebound against Albion. The freshman combined for six assists in the two games. Sierra Fraser averaged eight points and five and a half rebounds in the two games.


Olivet (5-4, 1-3)

The Olivet College women's basketball team split its two games last week, losing a MIAA game at Calvin (70-66) and beating Calumet-St. Joseph (Ind.), 72-64, in a non-conference contest. Against Calvin, Fayth Talbert scored a career-high 20 points on 6-of-15 field goals and 8-of-11 free throws. Shawnee Dame had a double-double with 14 points and game-high 10 rebounds. Against Calumet, Dame and Grace Clark each scored a career-high 19 points. Tammy Lee contributed 12 points to go along with five assists. Shae Daniels pulled down a team-best 13 rebounds.


Saint Mary's (4-6, 2-2)

Trailing by 16 points with under five minutes remaining in the third quarter, the Saint Mary's basketball team out-scored host Alma 39-17 over the final 14 minutes of the contest to take a 72-66 conference victory in their lone game of the week. Giavanna Paradiso led all players with 24 points and added eight rebounds and three assists. Bella Dugas notched her second double-double of the year with 12 points and 10 rebounds.


No. 11/11 Trine (8-1, 3-0)

Did not compete. The Thunder will compete Dec. 19 at Defiance.


 

2018-19 MIAA Women's Basketball Standings


  Conference Overall
GP Record Win % PF PA GP Record Win % PF PA Last 10 Streak
Trine 16 16-0 1.000 1232 773   29 26-3 0.897 2131 1474 9-1 Lost 1
Hope 16 14-2 0.875 1232 784   29 24-5 0.828 2183 1469 8-2 Lost 1
Albion 16 10-6 0.625 1123 977   26 18-8 0.692 1878 1551 5-5 Lost 1
Alma 16 9-7 0.563 969 1004   27 15-12 0.556 1621 1716 7-3 Lost 1
Calvin 16 7-9 0.438 998 1018   26 12-14 0.462 1626 1653 4-6 Lost 1
Saint Mary's (Ind.) 16 7-9 0.438 932 1039   27 11-16 0.407 1508 1702 4-6 Lost 1
Adrian 16 5-11 0.313 914 1040   25 9-16 0.360 1507 1618 4-6 Lost 5
Olivet 16 4-12 0.250 811 1084   25 8-17 0.320 1396 1689 3-7 Lost 2
Kalamazoo 16 0-16 0.000 751 1243   25 0-25 0.000 1165 1896 0-10 Lost 25