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Game 20• W&L (8-11, 5-9) at RMWC (4-13, 2-11) •Tues., Feb. 3 •7:00 p.m. • Lynchburg, Va.
Game 21• W&L (8-11, 5-9) at Guilford (11-7, 9-5) • Fri., Feb. 6• 7:00 p.m. • Greensboro, N.C.

#10 Sarah Otey, Fr., G, 5-6 8.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.5 apg
#12 Louisa Feve, So., G, 5-8 14.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 3.6 apg, 1.6 spg
#24 Bethany Dannelly, Jr., G, 5-5 5.8 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 4.0 apg, 2.2 spg
#32 Jessica Hunsinger, Fr., F, 6-0 14.0 ppg, 10.9 rpg, 2.0 bpg
#44 Sarah Michaels, Sr., F, 5-8 14.6 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 2.2 apg

#22 Emily Barker, Jr., F, 5-11 3.2 ppg, 3.0 rpg
#42 Peggy Altman, Jr., G, 5-7 0.3 ppg, 0.3 rpg
#34 Ashley Brown, So., G, 5-2 4.0 ppg, 0.5 rpg
#20 Amy Volkmann, Fr., G, 5-6 0.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg
#30 Sarah Williamson, So., G, 5-5 0.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg

Mandy King (Southern Maine ‘98) is in her first season as head women's basketball coach at W&L. King came to W&L after serving as the assistant women's basketball coach at Bloomsburg University for two seasons. She also was a graduate assistant coach at the College of New Jersey for two seasons following graduation from the University of Southern Maine where she earned a bachelor of science in sports medicine in 1999. During her time at Bloomsburg, King helped the Huskies achieve a 36-17 overall record and two berths to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament. The 2001-02 squad finished the season 21-6 overall and was ranked as high as second nationally in Division II. As assistant coach, King served as recruiting coordinator and was responsible for on-court coaching, scouting and game preparation. This season marks Erin Shaw's (Southern Maine ‘02) first as an assistant women's basketball coach at W&L. Shaw, a 2002 graduate of Southern Maine, comes to Lexington after serving as the assistant women's basketball coach at her alma mater last season. Amy Forbes (Salisbury ‘01) enters her second season as an assistant for the Generals. Forbes is also the assistant women’s soccer coach, and helped W&L win its second-straight ODAC title this season, and advance to the NCAA South Region Championship.

Randolph-Macon Woman’s is guided by fifth-year Head Coach Melissa Wiggins. A graduate of Longwood University, Wiggins has been coaching in the collegiate ranks since 1989 and entered the 2003-04 season with a 16-109 record with the WildCats. Wiggins is assisted by Michelle Cunningham, Melissa Lacks and Jeff Lakin. Stephanie Flamini (West Chester ‘94) is in her first season as head coach at Guilford. She takes over the Quakers’ program after a three-year stint as head coach at Chowan, where she compiled a 42-32 overall record. Flamini is assisted by Scott Smith.

The Generals’ contest with Randolph-Macon Woman’s College this week marks the 21st all-time meeting between W&L and the WildCats and the second game between the schools this season. The Generals hold a 16-6 advantage in the all-time series with RMWC, including a 63-51 victory on November 25. W&L is meeting Guilford for the 20th time, with the Quakers controlling the all-time series, 18-1.

Roanoke received points from nine different players as the Maroons downed W&L, 50-47, on Sunday afternoon at the Warner Center. Down 16-5 with 10:59 left in the first half, Roanoke used a 15-2 run through the remainder of the first stanza to assume a lead (20-18) it would maintain the remainder of the game. A bucket from sophomore guard Lindsay Renolds at the 49-seconds remaining gave the Maroons a 49-45 lead, but freshman forward Jessica Hunsinger kept the Generals within two-points when she hit a jumper with 38 seconds remaining to make it 49-47. Roanoke added another foul shot to the scoreboard compliments of McGraw with 25 seconds remaining , but the Generals were unable to answer as a desperation triple from senior forward Sarah Michaels missed the mark at the buzzer. Sophomore guard Louisa Feve led three Generals in double figures with 15 points, while Hunsinger tallied 13 points and 13 rebounds. Junior guard Bethany Dannelly rounded out the afternoon’s double-digit scorers with 11 points, while Michaels grabbed 12 rebounds.


The Generals come off the road to host Lynchburg on Tuesday, Feb. 10, before traveling to Randolph-Macon on Fri., Feb. 13.


Randolph-Macon Woman’s College is currently on a five-game slide, dropping to 4-13 overall and 2-11 in the ODAC. In their last outing, the WildCats fell at Lynchburg, 72-65. Sophomore forward Meghan Stensrud led RMWC with 20 points and eight rebounds, while senior guard Amy Dameron contributed 16 points. Sophomore forward Jennifer Prewitt rounded out the WildCat’s double-digit scorers with 14 points. RMWC connected on 18-of-39 (46.2%) from the field, 5-of-8 (62.5%) from three-point range and 24-of-35 (68.6%) from the charity stripe. On the season, Stensrud leads the team with 16.1 points per game, while Prewitt averages 11.5 points and a team-high 10.8 points per contest. The WildCats are shooting 34.2 percent from the field, 28.4 percent from beyond the arc and 66.4 percent from the free throw line.

W&L used a 14-point lead at halftime to subdue RMWC, 63-51, on Nov. 25, at the Warner Center. Sophomore guard Louisa Feve recorded a double-double with 13 points and a game-high 12 rebounds, while freshman forward Jessica Hunsinger scored a team-high 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Freshman guard Sarah Otey and junior forward Emily Barker also scored in double digits for the Generals with 10 and 11 points, respectively. The WildCats were led by sophomore forward Meghan Stenrud’s game-high 27 points and senior forward Morgan Greene’s team-high 10 rebounds.


Guilford enters the week 11-7 overall and 9-5 in the ODAC after defeating Virginia Wesleyan, 64-56, on Sunday, Feb. 1. Senior forward Jennie Keichline led the team with a game-high 20 points and 11 rebounds, while senior guard A.J. Robertson rounded out the Quakers’ double-digit scorers with 14 points. Guilford connected on 24-of-57 (42.1%) from the field, 4-of-13 (30.8%) from three-point range and 12-of-15 (80.0%) from the foul line. On the season, Keichline leads the team with 11.2 points per game and ranks second with 5.2 rebounds per outing. Robertson is second on the squad with 10.6 points per game, while junior forward Courtney Hill leads the team with 6.4 rebounds per game. On the season, the Quakers are shooting 38.6 percent from the field, 34.1 percent from beyond the three-point arc and 70.6 percent from the charity stripe.


Sophomore guard Lousa Feve’s last six games mark the best six-game scoring average of her career. Across those contests, she is averaging 18.5 points per game and has scored 22 points or more on four occasions. Her previous best was a seven-game span from January 2 to January 17, 2003, in which she averaged 15.1 points per game.


In seven of their eight victories this season, the Generals have led the game at halftime. In addition, across the last four years, W&L has a 28-4 record in games it leads at the halftime break.


Senior forward Sarah Michaels, sophomore guard Louisa Feve, freshman forward Jessica Hunsinger and freshman guard Sarah Otey have combined for 19 double-doubles this season.


Washington and Lee hasn’t shot 50 percent from the field since the Generals connected on 28-of-54 (.518) in a 73-65 loss vs. Emory & Henry on February 12, 2002. All told, W&L has recorded only six 50 percent shooting performances in its last 81 contests.


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