Kendahl Adams was selected as one of 18 senior women's basketball All-Stars selected to participate in the inaugural Beyond Sports Women’s Collegiate All-Star Game presented by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).
The Westminster College women’s basketball team battled back from a 23-point first half deficit, but it wasn’t enough as the Blue Jays dropped a 76-69 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference road game to Greenville (20-4, 14-1).
It was the formula for success: Overall team effort combined with hard, smart play and togetherness. It resulted in a 79-64 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory for the Westminster women’s basketball team Wednesday night over Webster University.
The Westminster College women’s basketball team had a few too many turnovers and some moments of sloppy play, but an impressive defensive and offensive performance in the second quarter was enough to propel the Blue Jays to an 80-63 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference road win over Fonbonne University.
After an off-balanced performance against Greenville University on Monday, the Westminster College women’s basketball team got itself balanced and back on the winning track, with a 96-74 victory over Blackburn College Wednesday night in Historic Gym.
A game after shooting 49 percent from the field and a scintillating 46 percent from 3-point range against Iowa Wesleyan, the Westminster College women’s basketball team could only muster 35 percent from the field and a blustery 16 percent on 6 of 38 shooting from 3-point range on Monday afternoon.
When Westminster College and Webster University’s women’s basketball teams meet, it’s usually a classic – a game featuring two good teams that goes down to the wire. Saturday’s matchup was no different, with two good teams going down to the final buzzer as well.
After a mediocre first half and a challenge by their coach at halftime, the Westminster women’s basketball team bounced back in the second half, demonstrating grit and toughness in a 91-87 victory over Spalding University.
‘Twas days before Christmas and all through Historic Gym, excited students from Fulton Public Schools filled the seats, in hopes to see the Westminster College women’s basketball secure the Blue Jays’ 10th straight win.
It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. But in the end, the Westminster College women’s basketball team remained undefeated in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on Saturday, escaping with a 72-67 road victory over Eureka College.
The Westminster Women’s Basketball Team won its fifth game in a row on Saturday, with a convincing 77-53 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference road victory over Blackburn College on the strength of a scintillating performance from sophomore guard Kallee Dowler. The Barnesville, Ohio-native torched the nets for 24 points, on 7-of-11 shooting from 3-point range.
The Westminster Women’s Basketball Team opened St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on Wednesday night with a convincing 78-55 victory over Iowa Wesleyan in Historic Gym. Mirrakohl Johnson, the SLIAC’s Player of the Week for the second consecutive week, led Westminster with a game-high 22 points.