The Wittenberg University women’s basketball team gave top-seeded and No. 19 DePauw all it could handle in the semifinals of the 2019 NCAC Women’s Basketball Tournament, but ultimately the Indiana Tigers came away with a 57-48 victory over Wittenberg on Friday night inside the Neal Fieldhouse.
Paced by a 54-point showing in the first half, the Wittenberg University women’s basketball team cruised to an 87-49 victory at Wooster on Saturday afternoon in Timken Gymnasium. The Tigers now enter the final week of the regular season with a 10-5 mark in NCAC play, which puts them right in the mix to land one of the coveted top four seeds in the 2019 NCAC Tournament.
Sophomore Kristie Kalis notched her fourth double-double of the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Wittenberg University women’s basketball team in a 76-57 victory over Ohio Wesleyan on Wednesday night in historic Branch Rickey Arena.
After playing 40 minutes of regulation and two overtime sessions, the Wittenberg University women’s basketball team dropped a heartbreaking 78-76 decision at NCAC-rival Denison on Saturday after Big Red junior post Lauren Longbrake converted a putback layup with 0.9 seconds left to give DU the two-point win over the Tigers.
Junior forward Korynne Berner posted her first-career double-double performance and Wittenberg got 34 points off the bench to lead to a hard-fought 56-45 win over visiting Ohio Wesleyan on Wednesday night in Pam Evans Smith Arena.
With several Wittenberg alums from the past in attendance at Pam Evans Smith Arena on Saturday afternoon for Alumni Day, the Tiger women’s basketball team rolled to a convincing 84-58 victory over league-rival Wooster.
The Wittenberg women’s basketball team picked up their fifth-straight win, downing the Gators of Allegheny College, 97-51. The Tigers finished with four players scoring in double-figures, led by Kristie Kalis pacing the offensive effort for the second day in a row with a season-high 24 points on a season-high 78 percent shooting mark from the field, as she converted on 11-of-14 attempts from the floor. Wittenberg moves to 9-5 on the season and 3-2 in North Coast Athletic Conference action.
After trailing by 11 points at halftime, the Wittenberg University women’s basketball team outscored Heidelberg by a 42-27 margin in the second half to post a 72-68 win over the Student Princes in the championship game of the 2018 Charles B. Zimmerman Memorial Tournament at Pam Evans Smith Arena.
The Wittenberg women’s basketball team came back from Winter Break looking as strong as ever this season as the Tigers took down the University of Dubuque Spartans, 89-58, in the first round of the Charles B. Zimmerman Memorial Tournament at Pam Evans Smith Arena.
After trailing by as many as 12 points in the fourth quarter, Wittenberg clawed back in the final minutes of the game and had an open look at a game-tying three in the final seconds, but the shot rimmed out to give the Kenyon College Ladies a narrow 70-67 win over the Tigers in North Coast Athletic Conference women’s basketball action from Pam Evans Smith Arena.