|December 16, 2018||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||Final|
College of Charlesto
|Stats at a Glance||COFC||LIP|
|FG Percentage||.407 (22-54)||.322 (19-59)|
|3P FG Percentage||.412 (7-17)||.348 (8-23)|
|FT Percentage||.609 (14-23)||.773 (17-22)|
HAMMAKER - 7
NASHVILLE – The Lipscomb women’s basketball team is set for their second straight Sunday home game as the College of Charleston will be visiting Allen Arena this weekend.
The Lady Bisons (2-7) and the Cougars (2-5) will be facing off at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Live stats and live streaming will be available at the links provided.
SCOUTING THE COUGARS:
- This is the second meeting between the two squads, with CofC winning the first-ever matchup last season in Charleston 85-69 in the season opener.
- The Cougars enter the matchup having lost five in a row after winning their first two games.
- Last Sunday, Charleston fell to Appalachian State 80-66 on the road.
- Darien Huff paces the team with 14.3 points per game.
- Lipscomb enters on a six-game losing streak after falling to UT Martin 62-53 last Sunday in Allen Arena. Freshman Jane Deason notched the only double-double on the season so far for a Lady Bison with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
- In a 62-58 win over Alabama A&M, redshirt-sophomore Emily Kmec made her season debut with a team-high 17 points on 5-13 shooting from three-point range.
- Lipscomb split their season-opening weekend, defeating Tennessee State 64-62 in the home opener and falling to Clemson 68-26 in the road opener.
- Four Lady Bisons scored in double-figures in the win over TSU, including Jane Deason (a team-high 17), Kailey Rosenbaum (13), and Keely Morrow (13), who were all freshmen making their Lady Bisons debut. Junior Lauren Rau scored the game-winning bucket in the final seconds. It was her first basket of the night. Freshmen provided 52 points in Lipscomb’s 64 points in the win.
- Sophomore Taylor Clark has scored in double-figures in five of the seven games she has played so far this season. She leads the team in scoring with a 10.0 mark.
- Anna Hammaker led Lipscomb with a season-high 17 points in a 97-61 loss at Murray State. Hammaker sat out last season after transferring in from the Big 12’s Kansas State.