SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel women's basketball continues their homestand with a game against HEART leaders No. 19 William Penn.
SERIES HISTORY William Penn leads the all-time series 4-2 and won the meeting earlier this season 61-53 in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
► Evangel continues the homestand with a game against HEART leaders No. 19 William Penn.
► Being able to share the ball has put Evangel at second in the league in assists per game with 15.47.
► Owning the glass has helped Evangel with 44.47 boards per game, which is good for third in the league. The Crusaders are especially good on the offensive glass with an average of 18.47 per game. Lexie Vaught ranks number 21 in Division I in Offensive Rebounds with 3.43 per game, while Brianna Vogts ranks number 37 with 2.94 per game.
► A balanced scoring attack has helped Evangel to first in the conference in scoring offense with an average of 74.41 ppg. Led by 14.8 ppg from Vaught and 10.3 from Vogts, Sydnee Garrett is close behind at 10.06 ppg, Kylee Moore (9.38 ppg), and Mackenzie Farmer (8.94 ppg) make the Crusaders tough to guard.
► Sydnee Garrett, in only her second year on the team, is closing in on her 750th career point.
Evangel will have a short turnaround as they head to Fayette, Mo. on Monday, Jan. 21, to take on Central Methodist. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.