CALIFORNIA, Pa. – For the first
time all season, two Lady Eagles reached the 20-point
plateau in the same game, as the Lock Haven University
women’s basketball team (4-23, 2-10 PSAC West) fell at No.
10 California University (Pa.) (23-4, 11-1 PSAC West)
97-72 today. Sophomores
Sillers (Lebanon, Pa./Lebanon)
Williams (Pasadena, Md./Chesapeake)
hit for career-highs with 25 and 22 points, respectively.
the duo in double figures was classmate
Allison Hall (Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg)
with 15 points. Sillers’s output is the most scored by a
Lady Eagle this season, and the most by an LHU player
since Cyndi Crowl posted 29 points in a 73-61
victory over IUP Jan. 15, 2003.
was on short supply today, as both teams shot over 45
percent from the floor. Lock Haven’s 72 points was the
second-most scored this season, and the Vulcans’ 97 points
was the most given up by an LHU squad in over five
changed six times in the contest, with the Lady Eagle
margin the largest at 17-8 on a Williams layup with 13:36
left in the first half.
Vulcans out-rebounded LHU 22-9 on the offensive boards,
resulting in a 26-13 advantage in second-chance points.
Sillers, Williams, Hall and the rest of the Lady Eagles
wrap up a season that saw four victories, half of which
coming in conference play, and will return all but one
player next season, losing the services of senior forward
Picarsic (Acme, Pa./Mt. Pleasant).