(Neb.)- CSC Women's Basketball On Road To Montana
CHADRON, Neb. -- The Chadron State College women's basketball team is on the road again as they travel to face MSU-Billings at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in Billings, Montana.
Wednesday, the Eagles fell to 1-4 on the season after losing to Nebraska-Kearney 82-57.
The Yellowjackets are 2-4 on the year. Their two victories were over NAIA Corban, 75-49, and South Dakota School of Mines, 58-57. MSU-Billing losses are against the University of Mary, Cal Poly Pomona, Drury University and Black Hills State. Drury is ranked number one in the nation.
Last season, the Yellowjackets defeated CSC 67-59.
On the year, Taryn Shelley paces Billings with 14.2 points and 8 rebounds per game. She recorded 29 points and 15 rebounds against Cal Poly Pomona.
Junior Taryn Foxen leads CSC with a 12.2 scoring average. Sophomore guard Jori Peters is next at 9.6 per game. Freshman Jordan Morris leads the rebounding at 6.4 per game and is chipping in 5.8 points a game.
CSC averages 53.4 points per game compared to the Yellowjackets 58.3. The Eagles have shot .355 from the field this season, while MSU-Billings have converted .341 of their field goal attempts.
After Saturday's game, the Eagles will be heading to Alaska for three games in three days over Thanksgiving break. Head Coach Janet Raymer noted the minutes they will get on the court Saturday and next week will be valuable in preparing for conference play.
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