INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- Transylvania University sits at the top of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women's basketball standings.
On Saturday, the Pioneers defeated Emory in a 90-87 double overtime victory. Transy was led by four players scoring in double digits. Guard Shelby Boyle led the effort recording a double double with 23 points and 14 rebounds. Ashton Woodard also added 23 points and nine rebounds in the win for the Pioneers.
The Hanover College Panthers played in the Fred Raizk Memorial Tournament over the holiday weekend. In two games, Maleha Motter averaged 17.5 points and 15.5 rebounds per game, picking up a pair of double-doubles and was named the Wilmington Fred Riazk Memorial Tournament Most Valuable Player. In the tournament opener against Centre, Motter tallied 13 points and a season-high 17 rebounds, as the Panthers won 50-37. In the championship game loss to the Wilmington Quakers, the junior recorded a season-high 22 points, along with 14 rebounds.
On Sunday, the Rose-Hulman women's basketball team defeated No. 9 DePauw 49-47 at the Midwest Challenge in Terre Haute, Ind. In the victory, forward Ally Bromenschenkel tallied 20 points, nine rebounds, four assists and two steals.
|Wed., Nov. 21||Bluffton||55|
|Sat., Nov. 24||Manchester||62|
|Washington (Mo.)||62||Midwest Challenge (Terre Haute, Ind.)|
|Emory||87||Gratz Park Private Wealth Classic|
|Sun., Nov. 25||DePauw||47||Midwest Challenge|
|Hanover||77||Fred Raizk Memorial Tournament|
|Mon., Nov. 26||Manchester||50|
|Tue., Nov. 27||Ohio Wesleyan||82|