January 27, 20181st2nd3rd4thFinal
Stats at a GlanceLIPNJIT
FG Percentage.464 (26-56) .333 (20-60)
3P FG Percentage.423 (11-26) .250 (6-24)
FT Percentage.733 (11-15) .800 (12-15)
Offensive Rebounds911
Defensive Rebounds2820
Total Rebounds3731
Bench Points2228
PointsCAGLE - 21
ReboundsJONES - 10
AssistsRAU - 8
StealsRAU - 2
BlocksJONES - 1
KMEC - 1
Women's basketball heads to NJIT for Saturday matchup
Friday, January 26, 2018
By Logan Butts
Women's basketball heads to NJIT for Saturday matchup

NEWARK, N.J. – The Lipscomb women’s basketball team returns to action on Saturday as they head to New Jersey for an afternoon matchup with NJIT.

The game between the Lady Bisons (6-14, 2-3) and Highlanders (3-17, 1-4) is set to tip off at noon. You can follow along on live stats and live streaming for both games at the links provided.



  • This is the fifth time the two programs have faced off in the Division I era. NJIT owns a 3-1 series lead.
  • Stetson’s last outing was a 75-65 win over UNF at home.
  • Tatianna Torres leads the Highlanders with 11.7 points per game.
  • NJIT has lost six out of its last seven games.



  • The Lady Bisons head into the matchup having lost to FGCU 68-54 at home.
  • Senior 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. She has since won two more ASUN Player of the Week awards to give her a program-best three on the year. She also scored a career-high 31 points in a 73-69 win at North Florida.
  • Redshirt-freshman Emily Kmec has notched three or more three-pointers nine times this season. She scored a career-high 19 points in the loss to Butler, including a 5-8 mark from deep.
  • In a win over Alabama A&M, Taylor Clark earned the program’s first ASUN Freshman of the Year award by scoring 18 points on 6-8 shooting. She scored a career-high 21 points in a loss to Stetson.
  • Sophomore Lauren Rau has dished out four or more assists 12 times on the year.