Cedarville Women’s Basketball 35 results

Lady Jackets Cruise Past Hillsdale in Eighth Straight Win

by Josh Decker The Cedarville University Lady Jackets kept the winning streak alive by defeating the visiting Hillsdale Chargers 83-63 Thursday night at the Callan Athletic Center. The win was the Jackets' eighth straight, taking them to 8-1 and keeping them at the top of the G-MAC standings. Cedarville was rolling off of the momentum from their solid road victory over Kentucky Wesleyan that snapped the Panthers’ 37 home game winning streak. Both the Lady Jackets and the Chargers were ice ...

Lady Jackets Dominate Ursuline in 10-Point Win

by Tim Smith The Cedarville Lady Jackets won their second game in a row on Wednesday night, overcoming Ursuline 85-75. This improves their record to 2-1 on the season, following a win against Findlay on December 5th. Ursuline falls to 0-2 on the season.  The Lady Jackets were led by another strong outing from senior guard Ashlyn Huffman, who scored 24 points and garnered nine assists in the win. She led the team in both of those categories. Junior Emily Chapman also contributed 16 points ...

Huffman Hits 1,000 Career Points in Cedarville Win Over Findlay

by Abigail Hintz The Cedarville women's basketball team got a big win over the University of Findlay in their home opener, 91-75. It was a memorable one for senior Ashlyn Huffman, who hit 1,000 career points. She led the team across the board with 25 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Cedarville put forth a solid shooting effort, going 29-33 from the free throw line, 10-29 in 3-pointers and 25-57 in field goals. They had five players in double-digits, Huffman with 25, junior Allison ...

Cedarville Forbids Fans at NCCAA Regional Tournament Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

by Tim Miller Cedarville University tonight announced the NCCAA Midwest Regional Tournament it is hosting tomorrow (and Thursday if necessary) will be played without fans in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. In an email sent to Cedarville University staff, faculty, and students, the athletic department revealed the decision was made in response to a recommendation made by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. While the university understands it may upset students and parents of players, ...

Mader Arrives at Cedarville Due Only to Prayer

Sophomore never gave up on her dream to play for the Lady Jackets By Tim Miller Women’s basketball player Allison Mader had a fantasy from a young age to attend Cedarville University and play for the Lady Jackets. Growing up just 45 minutes from campus, she said she knew of the school and knew she wanted to be here. “That was always a dream of mine,” said Mader, a sophomore. “Cedarville was where I wanted to go from the very beginning.” But although her dream likely included a ...

Oilers Spoil Senior Night For Cedarville

By Abigail Hintz The Cedarville Lady Jackets (19-7, 12-5 G-MAC) suffered a second heartbreaking loss to Findlay (16-11, 12-5 G-MAC) 64-56 on Wednesday night which was Senior Night for the seniors. In the two team’s last meeting this season, Cedarville fell just 70-67. The result moved Findlay up to fourth in the G-MAC standings, while Cedarville remains at third.  Junior guard Stevie Johnting had a game she will likely remember for the rest of her career with a career-high 26 points, ...

Impressive Fourth Quarter Takes Lady Jackets to Fifth Straight Win

By Abigail Hintz A late 18-point run took the Lady Jackets (16-5, 9-3 G-MAC) to 74-57 Saturday afternoon after playing neck-and-neck with Alderson Broaddus (6-15, 3-9 G-MAC) for the first three quarters. The Jackets remain in fourth place in the G-MAC with the win.  Head coach Kari Hoffman said, “You’ve got to give credit to Alderson Broaddus. They came in here and played us really tough. I was really proud of how we stayed with it. Their effort was there we just had a little lack of ...

Chapman Leads Lady Jackets to Big Win Over Tiffin

By Abigail Hintz After a long week on the road, the Cedarville Lady Jackets seemed comfortable back at home Thursday evening for a G-MAC matchup against the Tiffin University Dragons. The Jackets handled the Dragons fairly easily, defeating them 87-72. They move to 12-5, 5-3 G-MAC, after the well-rounded victory. The Jackets’ defense forced the Dragons to push the shot clock frequently. The Dragons responded with a high press, but Cedarville was able to break it down and have an impress...

Lady Jackets Snag a Well-Rounded Win Over Salem

By Abigail Hintz The Cedarville Lady Jackets move to 4-1 on the season after a solid 81-59 victory over the Salem University Tigers. Coming off of a big road victory over the University of Indianapolis, the Jackets looked comfortable at home in the non-conference matchup. Salem came into Wednesday’s game averaging 92.3 points per game, compared to Cedarville’s 74. Despite showing impressive numbers, they now have a record of 1-4 after being dominated by the Jackets. Cedarville was ...

Back For More: 1 Senior Year Not Enough for Wolford

By Tim Miller Abby Wolford’s career didn’t end the way she wanted it to. She missed her final shot and didn’t score in the final quarter of a thrashing at the hands of Kentucky Wesleyan in a G-MAC semifinal a season ago. Before that final game, Wolford had suffered and recovered from two ACL tears that ended two of her seasons before they started. She also battled through countless other knicks, bruises and even a concussion to close her career at Cedarville. Even so, she nearly ...