BETHANY (Oklahoma) – On Thursday night, the SWOSU Women’s Basketball Team displayed the second-highest scoring offense of NCAA Division II with a 98 to 73 win over Southern Nazarene at Bethany’s Sawyer Center.
SWOSU trailed 4-2 at the end of the first quarter. The Lady Bulldogs would win the game with a run of 10-2, which saw 14 quarter turnovers and a lead of 22-14 at halftime. SWOSU would outscore SNU in both the second and third quarters before winning by 25.
Makyra Tramble, a sophomore, had another outstanding all-around performance. She scored 23 points, 14 boards, four assists and five steals, as well as three blocks. Tramble’s streak of double-digit wins in Swosu Women’s Basketball is now at 25 games, dating back to last season.
Regan Crawford (13), Maddie North (13), and Karly Gore (18) were the other Lady Bulldogs who reached double-digits. Maddie North (13) also had three three point plays. SWOSU ended the game with six blocks and 23 steals.
The Lady Bulldogs leave Bethany on Saturday with a record of 4-0 and will face Oklahoma Baptist (0-4) at Pioneer Cellular Event Center.
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On Friday, the Lions defeated sixth-seeded Southern Nazarene 70-64 to win the regional quarterfinal. This was the Lions first NCAA Tournament victory since 2007. The NCAA Tournament is now 4-2 for the Lions. DesiRay Kernal (Newton) was the top scorer with 21 points and seven assists on 8-of-15 shooting. Juliana Louis (Long Beach) scored 14 points, while Dyani Robinson (Cy-Creek), scored 10 points. Agang Tac (Sachse), had nine rebounds in the game, giving the Lions a 49-40 rebounding advantage over the Crimson Storm. Southern Nazarene was 35.3 percent (24 of 63) from the floor while the Lions shot 38.1% (24 of 63) from the floor.
The Lions are the top team in the league with 17.4 offensive rebounds per match. They also hold LSC’s national lead in scoring offense (75.4), rebounds per games (43.69), rebounding margin (+8.7), and free throws Swosu women’s basketball attempted to enter the NCAA tournament.