December 17, 20171st2nd3rd4thFinal
Saint Louis27341822101
Stats at a GlanceLIPSLU
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)
Offensive Rebounds614
Defensive Rebounds1432
Total Rebounds2046
Bench Points1239
PointsCAGLE - 28
VLIET - 18
ReboundsRAU - 5
GITS - 9
AssistsRAU - 5
KEMPH - 14
StealsCLARK - 2
BlocksRAU - 1
Cagle nets career-high 28 as women's hoops falls to Saint Louis
Sunday, December 17, 2017
By Logan Butts
Cagle nets career-high 28 as women's hoops falls to Saint Louis

NASHVILLE – Despite a career-high 28 points from senior point guard Loren Cagle, the Lipscomb (2-10) women’s basketball team fell 101-57 on the road against Saint Louis (5-7) on Sunday afternoon.

Cagle hit seven consecutive three-pointers to tie a program record, before missing her final two long-range shots.

The Nashville native shot 10-16 overall from the field, grabbed four rebounds, and notched a block and a steal on defense.

Sophomore Lauren Rau scored the second-highest points with seven and led the team in both rebounds and assists with five each. She also notched one block and one steal on defense.



  • Four Billikens finished in double-figures: Jenny Vliet (18), Jordyn Frantz (17), Maddison Gits (16), and Paige Rakers (10).
  • Lipscomb was out-rebounded 46-20, and lost the assist battle at 29-11.
  • 10 Lady Bisons played 10 or more minutes: Cagle (with a team-high 37 minutes played), Rau, Riley Northway, Emily Kmec, Lexi Manos, Loshaveon Jones, Taylor Clark, Meredith Lovelady, Carleigh Short, and Kennedy Potts.
  • Lipscomb forced 13 turnovers and gave up 14.
  • The Purple and Gold shot 10-24 from three-point range, and Saint Louis shot 11-24 from deep.


UP NEXT: The Lady Bisons will stay on the road for Thursday’s matchup at Tennessee Tech, which is set to take place at 6:00 p.m.