Amy Jo Maphet scored 7 points in the game for the Lady Jays
HILLSBORO, Kan. - The Tabor
College women's basketball team fell to nationally ranked Kansas
Wesleyan University by the score of 75-43, Thursday night, December 9 in
The Lady Jays were
without starting sophomore Whitney Polosky and senior Lacie Ward on
the night. The duo has combined for 20 points and 12 rebounds per game
on the season for Tabor.
Kansas Wesleyan, who
is currently ranked No. 7 nationally in the NAIA top 25 polls, used a
13-3 run to start the game and never looked back as they went into
halftime leading by 21 points at 37-16.
struggled to get any offense going in the first half as the Lady Jays
shot only 17 percent (4-23) from the field and just 14 percent (1-7)
from behind the arc in the first half.
continued their strong play and used a 19-4 run to start the second half
putting away any comeback hopes for the Lady Jays. Despite second half
run, Tabor continued to scrap and claw as the Lady Jays were only
out-scored by 11 in the half.
Sophomore Katlyn Mary
led all Tabor scorers in the game with 10 points on 4-10 shooting from
the field. The Lady Jays also got offensive help from Sarah Wyckoff with
8 points while freshman Amy Jo Maphet chipped in with 7 points.
Tynan Honn and Molly Dick led the effort on the glass with 4 rebounds
each as the Lady Jays were outrebounded 53-29 for the game.
KCAC, 4-7 Overall) will returned home to host Ottawa University Saturday