|December 15, 2017||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||Final|
TSU Lady Tigers
|Stats at a Glance||LIPWBB||TSU|
|FG Percentage||.410 (25-61)||.446 (25-56)|
|3P FG Percentage||.280 (7-25)||.364 (8-22)|
|FT Percentage||.875 (7-8)||.765 (13-17)|
WOOTEN - 2
KMEC - 1
|December 17, 2017||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||Final|
|Stats at a Glance||LIP||SLU|
|FG Percentage||.375 (21-56)||.581 (36-62)|
|3P FG Percentage||.417 (10-24)||.458 (11-24)|
|FT Percentage||.417 (5-12)||.783 (18-23)|
CAGLE - 1
NASHVILLE – After a week-long break, the Lipscomb (2-8) women’s basketball team will be hitting the court again on Friday as they take on Tennessee State (1-6) at the Gentry Complex. They will follow that up with a Sunday contest at Saint Louis (4-7).
The matchup with the Tigers is set for a 6:00 p.m. tipoff, and the game against the Billikens is set for 2 p.m. You can follow along with live stats and live streaming for both games at the links provided.
SCOUTING THE TIGERS:
- This is the 14th time the two teams have met in the Division I era, with TSU holding an 11-2 lead. During last season’s matchup, TSU defeated Lipscomb 77-71 at Allen Arena.
- The Tigers are coming off of a 95-56 loss to Louisville in their last outing.
- Two TSU players are averaging in double-figures: Tia Wooten (22.0) and Taylor Rovers (15.8).
- The Tigers are the fifth OVC foe the Lady Bisons have faced this season.
SCOUTING THE BILLIKENS:
- This is the second time the two teams have met in the Division I era. Saint Louis won last season's matchup 83-38.
- The Billikens are coming off of a 70-58 loss to Missouri in their last outing.
- Jackie Kemph leads Saint Louis with 15.1 points per game.
- Outside of Missouri, the Billikens have faced two other SEC schools, losing to LSU and Vanderbilt.
- The Lady Bisons head into the matchup having lost Alabama at home 73-51.
- Loren Cagle was named to the preseason watch list for the Nancy Lieberman Award for the second season in a row. The award is handed out each season to the best point guard in the nation. She was one of 20 student-athletes to earn the recognition and one of only two players from a mid-major program to make the list in consecutive seasons.
- Cagle earned the first ASUN Player of the Week of the season and the first for the women’s basketball program since 2015 after a stat sheet-filling opening weekend performance.
- Cagle has scored double-figures in all but one game this season, has grabbed four or more rebounds in all but two games, and has notched three or more assists in all but one game.
- Emily Kmec has notched three or more three-pointers six times this season. She scored a career-high 19 points in the loss to Butler, including a 5-8 mark from deep.
- Riley Northway has scored in double-figures in six of the last nine contests. She scored a season-high 18 against Murray State on 7-13 shooting.
- The Bisons feature 10 players averaging 10 or more minutes per game: Cagle, Northway, Kmec, Kaylee Cotton, Lexi Manos, Meredith Lovelady, Kennedy Potts, Loshaveon Jones, Auriana Broughton, and Lauren Rau.