Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College head basketball coach Deanna Bradley announced a new edition to the Pomeroy basketball team. On Thursday, May 9th, Mikayla Kinneer signed a letter of intent to join the Pomeroys for the 2013-2014 season.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College head basketball coach Deanna Bradley announced a new edition to the Pomeroy basketball team. On Friday, March 8, Na-Shaunda Rayford signed a letter of intent to join the Pomeroys for the 2013-2014 season.
It’s not every day a player on the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College basketball team achieves an individual milestone that caps four years of hard work and dedication. Earlier this season, Brittney Shaner broke the all-time school scoring record. Since then, fellow senior Whitney Allen has achieved an individual record of her own. In her game against Brescia University on Feb. 5, Allen surpassed the 1,000 point scoring mark of her career. This milestone doesn’t happen often and currently only eight other Pomeroy players have achieved such a feat in their four-year careers.
In a game that could of gone either way, the Lady Golden Eagles of Spalding University had just enough in overtime to pull out a gritty 77-71 overtime victory over the Pomeroy basketball team on Tuesday evening. The loss marks and end to the 2012-2013 season for the Pomeroys and the careers of seniors Brittney Shaner and Whitney Allen.
The Pomeroy basketball team was unable to rally back from a double-digit deficit in a 98-77 loss to the Lady Eagles of Robert Morris-Springfield on Monday night. This was the second meeting between the two schools this season. Robert Morris-Springfield had won back on Dec. 1 (90-66).
The Pomeroy basketball team was unable to keep pace with one of the best teams in the USCAA on Wednesday night, dropping a 102-73 home decision to No. 3 ranked Lindenwood-Belleville.
Whitney Allen’s steal and basket as she was fouled with 22 seconds left in the game unlocked an 87-87 tie and gave the Pomeroy basketball team their second consecutive win with a 91-87 comeback victory over the visiting Mighty Oaks of Oakland City University on Saturday afternoon.
In a tightly contested and physical contest, the Pomeroy basketball team was able to pull away late with an 82-79 home victory over the Lady Bearcats of Brescia University on Tuesday night.
The Pomeroy basketball team ended their six game road trip with a 75-67 defeat to the Lady Cougars of the University of Cincinnati-Clermont on Friday evening. This matchup was the second between the two schools this season. The Pomeroys had won the previous meeting (104-91) on Jan. 5.
On Thursday night, the Pomeroy basketball team dropped their fifth straight road game to Lady Golden Eagles of Spalding University 87-53.
The Pomeroy basketball team suffered another road defeat on Saturday afternoon, dropping their fourth consecutive game 106-67 to the RedHawks of IU-Northwest.
In the midst of a six-game road trip, the Pomeroy basketball team came up empty handed over the weekend, dropping back-to-back contests to Oakland City University (92-73) and Brescia University (100-74). It was the first time this season that the Pomeroys played without senior and leading scorer Brittney Shaner who went down with a career-ending knee injury in her last game against Lindenwood-Belleville.
Whitney’s Allen career- and game-high 30 points weren’t enough to carry the Pomeroy basketball team in a 111-91 road loss to No. 2 ranked Lindenwood-Belleville on Friday night.
SMWC senior basketball player Brittney Shaner was named the USCAA Women’s Division I Player of the Week, the national office announced on Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Led by Brittney Shaner’s 26 points and Chelsea Weaver’s double-double, the Pomeroy basketball team earned a well-deserved 104-91 home victory over the University of Cincinnati-Clermont on Saturday afternoon.
It took ten years and ten months – a new record has finally been broken by one player on the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) basketball team. On Friday, December 28, 2012, Brittney Shaner became the all-time individual leading scorer in SMWC basketball history. She surpassed the mark during the game against Indiana Tech at the SportONE Shootout tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind.
The Pomeroy basketball team was unable to come away victorious over the weekend, dropping both contests to Indiana Tech and Trine University at the SportONE Shootout tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind.
For the first time this season, the Pomeroy basketball team put together back-to-back wins after their 93-83 home victory over IU-Southeast on Thursday night. After losing their first contest with the Grenadiers back on Nov. 16 (148-101), the Pomeroys were able to bounce back in the second meeting between the two schools.
Key runs in the first and second half enabled the Pomeroy basketball team to pick up their third win of the season over Earlham College, 85-72, on Tuesday night.
In a tightly contested game with cross-town rival Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the Pomeroy basketball team came within three points in the last minute of the game, but was unable to complete the comeback in a 80-74 loss.
The Pomeroy basketball team split wins at the Panther Paws for Poverty Classic over the weekend. SMWC dropped the opening contest to host Greenville College 88-79 on Friday night before rebounding with a consolation victory over MacMurray College on Saturday afternoon 85-78.
The Pomeroy basketball team’s attempt to put together back-to-back wins for the first time this season fell short in their defeat to Robert Morris-Springfield 90-66 on Saturday afternoon.
Brittney’s Shaner’s lay-up with 13 seconds remaining proved to be the game winning basket and the Pomeroy basketball team held on to win its first game of the season 73-72 over Principia College on Friday night.
Whitney Allen’s team-high 19 points weren’t enough as the Pomeroys dropped their sixth consecutive game in a 122-68 home loss to Franklin College on Wednesday night.
The Pomeroy basketball team was unable to secure their first win of the season, dropping both contests over the weekend at the IU-Southeast tournament in New Albany, Ind.
Sometimes basketball can be a tale of two halves. This was the case as the Pomeroy basketball team found themselves on the wrong end of a 112-77 defeat to the Lady Jaguars of Danville Community College on Wednesday night.
A dominating first half for the visiting Trojans of Taylor University gave the Pomeroy basketball team all they could handle in a 116-79 home opening loss.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) head basketball coach Deanna Bradley announced a new addition to the Pomeroys. Kennedy Nelson signed a letter of intent to join the Pomeroys for the 2013-14 season.
The Pomeroy basketball team opened up the 2012-2013 season as they traveled to St. Louis, Mo. on Friday night to take on the Hornets of Harris-Stowe State University. The Pomeroys were unable to overcome a double digit halftime deficit, falling to the Hornets 98-86.
The Pomeroy basketball team enters the 2012-2013 season returning five players from last year’s squad. Last year featured a trip to the USCAA National Tournament as well as the team winning its third straight Clabber Girl Trophy over crosstown rival Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.