The Tiger women’s
basketball team defeated Southwestern University 57-48 on the road on
Friday night, which was Trinity’s only game of the week and kept the
Tigers atop the SCAC West Division standings.
Danielle Hubenak led
Trinity with 16 points and four assists in the game, while Abby Dietert
added 12 points. Krista Prato Matthews recorded another double-double –
her 12th in 13 games this season – with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Prato Matthews and Hubenak hit 6-6 from the foul line to seal the win,
following late comeback attempt by Southwestern.
continues to move closer to fifth place in school history in career
scoring, needing just 25 more points to crack into the top five.
She is also 16 rebounds away from reaching 900 in her career, and five
away from her 200th career block.
Prato Matthews is
already the SCAC's leading rebounder with her 884 boards so far in her
career with Trinity. She is only the fourth player in SCAC history
to reach 800 or more career rebounds.
Hubenak is now 16th in
Trinity history in career assists, despite playing in just her second
season with the Tigers.
Birmingham-Southern and Rhodes this weekend, continuing action in the
SCAC. Against Birmingham-Southern last year, Prato Matthews and
Alexandra Blake finished with 14 points each in an 81-64 loss.
series in 2007-08:
BSC @ Trinity:
BSC wins 81-64 ·
Game 14 · January 16 · 8:00 PM
Trinity vs. Birmingham-Southern College
@ Birmingham-Southern -
Trinity 2008-09 Statistics
Birmingham-Southern 2008-09 Statistics