SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Indiana Wesleyan women’s basketball picked up their sixth straight win Saturday, defeating Spring Arbor University 78-58. It is the Wildcats seventh victory this season of 20 points or more. IWU moved to 13-5 on the season and 4-2 in Crossroads League play.
INSIDE THE BOX
- IWU forced 15 turnovers in the first half, giving them a 13-point lead headed into halftime. IWU forced nine turnovers in the first quarter alone. Indiana Wesleyan used Spring Arbor’s 25 turnovers in the game to score 28 points.
- Dayton Groningermissed just one shot in the first half, shooting 5-of-6 from the field for a team-high of 12 points. Groninger made the Wildcats lone three in the first half. The junior finished with a team-high 21 points, missing just two shots. It is her fourth time this season scoring 20 or more points in the contest.
- 24 of the Wildcats 35 points in the first half were scored in the paint. The Wildcats finished the contest with 56 total paint points.
- Indiana Wesleyan collected 28 points from their bench, led by Adrianna Trexlerwho scored 13. The Cougars collected just a single point from their bench.
NEXT TIME OUT
- The Wildcats host Huntington on Wednesday, January 5 with tip-off scheduled for 5 p.m.