Ala. --- The Huntingdon College women’s basketball team scored a
season-high 75 points in the win over Pensacola Christian College on
Thursday evening. The Lady Hawks shot an impressive 50 percent for
the game, while junior Whitney Toole paced the team with a
season-high 16 points.
the first half, the Lady Hawks outscored the Lady Eagles, 31-26.
Junior Whitney Toole led Huntingdon scoring 12 points in the first
period, as she scored the first 8 points of the game for the Lady
opened the second half on a 6-0 run and led by as much as 22 points
in the 75-53 victory. The Lady Hawks had 15 steals in the win,
including a game-high 6 steals by junior LaTerial Williams.
Huntingdon outscored Pensacola Christian 44-27 in the second period
to secure its' fourth win of the season.
the way for the Lady Hawks was junior Whitney Toole, who scored 16
points, while Ashton Salter and LaTarial Williams added 13 and 11
points, respectively. Freshman Jodi Montalvo recorded the Lady Hawks'
only two blocks of the contest.
the game, Pensacola Christian held a 37-35 advantage on the glass.
Huntingdon converted a season-high 50 percent of its shots, hitting
31-of-62, while the Lady Eagles finished 23-of-60 (38.3 percent).
Lady Eagles (1-16) were led by Elizabeth Marino with 15 points and 4
steals in the loss.
Lady Hawks' (4-6) next game is against Great South Athletic
Conference opponent, Maryville College, on Saturday, Jan. 15, in
Roland Arena. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m., followed by the Huntingdon
men's team at 4 p.m.