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Sunday, November 25, 2007
Nov. 25, 2007
Lipscomb Lady Bisons (1-5) vs. Kentucky (2-3) Rainbow Wahine Classic University of Hawaii, Stan Sheriff Center Nov. 25, 2008
The game: The Lady Bisons face Kentucky from the Southeastern Conference Sunday at 3 p.m. CT in the seventh-place game in the Rainbow Wahine Classic hosted by the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.
The Lady Bisons lost 67-51 to UAB Saturday afternoon in the second round. Kentucky lost 72-60 to No. 21 ranked Texas.
On the air: The Lady Bisons game will be heard on WAMB-AM (1200) with Craig Hartline handling the play-by-play.
Bowman, Woods and Partin have started all five games this season.
Forward Miriam McAlister has started four. Rollins has started three.
The leaders: Six different players have led the Lady Bisons in scoring.
Jilian Partin scored 14 at Tennessee-Martin. Valerie Bronson finished with a team season-high 20 points against Fisk. Cree Nix scored 13 against Bowling Green State. Jenna Bartsokas hit five-of-five 3-point shots for 15 points at Arkansas. Rachel Davis scored 10 points in nine minutes at Hawaii. Katie Rollins scored 13 points against UAB.
On the board Nix has tied for the lead twice with four at Tennessee-Martin and seven against Bowling Green State. She led with five at Arkansas.
Partin also had seven rebounds against Bowling Green State. Miriam McAlister finished with four rebounds against Tennessee-Martin.
Bronson grabbed a team season-high 15 against Fisk.
Doubling up: Freshman guard Jenna Bartsokas has scored in double figures in two games with 15 at Arkansas and 10 against Fisk.
Junior forward Jilian Partin has double figures in pair of games with 14 at Tennessee-Martin and 10 against Fisk.
Freshman forward Cree Nix scored 14 against Fisk and 13 against Bowling Green State.
Junior center Katie Rollins has scored 14 points against Fisk and 13 points against UAB.
Bronson is the only player with double-double this season with 20 points and 15 rebounds against Fisk.
Senior forward Kaleigh Gossman had 12 points against UAB.