Cedarville Women’s Basketball 14 results

Cedarville Fights Off Lake Erie to Maintain Hold of G-MAC Lead

By Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets (21-5, 16-4 G-MAC) pulled away from the Lake Erie Storm to win on Saturday afternoon, 75-70. The game was a tale of two halves for Cedarville, but the Lady Jackets successfully got back to their usual ways in the second half to take control of the game and topple Lake Erie. Freshman guard Ashlyn Huffman led the Lady Jackets for a career-high 22 points and dished out five assists. Huffman was also 9-10 from the free throw line. Huffman said her ...

Cedarville Stomps Ursuline to Control Own Destiny in G-MAC

By Tim Miller The ailing Cedarville Lady Jackets (20-5, 15-4 G-MAC) took control of the G-MAC with their biggest win of the season on Thursday night, defeating Ursuline 82-54. With three games left, Cedarville moves to first place in the conference, owning the tiebreaker over Ursuline. The win came on Cedarville's annual Play4Kay game, a night that spreads awareness of breast cancer and commemorates cancer survivors. "That was an unbelievable environment," head coach Kari Hoffman said. ...

Lady Jackets Pinned Sixth in NCAA Division II Midwest Region

By Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets were ranked sixth in the Midwest Region in the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Regional Rankings that were released today. Cedarville (17-4, 14-4 G-MAC) is the highest ranked team among G-MAC members. "I think that's an awesome recognition," head coach Kari Hoffman said. "I think these ladies have deserved it. We've been probably the most consistent team in the G-MAC so far. We need to uphold our end of the deal now to finish out our season." ...

Lady Jackets Stumble Against Findlay

By Tim Miller The normally hot-shooting Cedarville Lady Jackets were clamped down on in a loss to the Findlay Oilers on Tuesday night, 73-65. The Lady Jackets (19-5, 14-4 G-MAC) fell out of having a share of first place in the conference with Ursuline after the loss. The Lady Jackets, who own the No. 2 scoring offense in the G-MAC, scored their third least amount of points this season. Cedarville, the No. 1 3-point shooting team in the nation, made just 28 percent of their attempts from ...