W&L Women's Basketball WeeklyRelease #1
December 8, 1998
THE WEEK THAT WAS
Dec. 1 Randolph-Macon 65 @W&L 59
Dec. 4 Middlebury 52 @W&L 40 (Semifinals of W&L 250th Tournament)
Dec. 5 Skidmore 65 @W&L 52 (Consolation of W&L 250 Tournament)
THE WEEK THAT WILL BE
GENERALS STATISTICAL LEADERS
TOUGH WEEK AT THE WARNER CENTER
On Dec. 4, the Generals held a 23-18 lead on Middlebury, a 1998 NCAA Tournament participant. However, the Panthers overcame the deficit to take the 62-50 victory. Freshman guard Alison Kudlacik scored a career high 12 points for W&L in the semifinals of the W&L 250th Celebration Tournament. In the consolation game on Dec. 5, W&L trailed Skidmore College by only four points at halftime, but the Thoroughbreds pulled away in the second half and took a 65-52 victory. The Generals were led by junior guard Ansley Miller, who scored 15 points on eight-for-eight free throw shooting and pulled down six rebounds. Burghardt was named to the all-tournament team.
WILDCATS ON THE HORIZON
GENERALS BY THE NUMBERS|
2 - Number of Generals who have made good on three pointers this season (junior Ansley Miller and freshman Alison Kudlacik), one more than last season.
139 - Number of points that senior forward Chrissy Burghardt needs to become the first 1,000-point scorer in school history.
71.6 - W&LÕs outstanding team free throw percentage this season. The teamsÕs 74.8 percentage led the nation last season. Freshman guard Alison Kudlacik leads the team with a 90.0 free throw percentage.
4 - Number of different starting line-ups that the Generals have used in only five games. Eight different players have started at least once this season.
4 (Again) - Number of freshman who have played significant minutes for the Generals. Each of those freshman have started at least of one game and at least one of them have been on the floor at all times this season.