Eagles Streak Hits Four in Eutectic Rout
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Asbury’s women picked up their fourth straight win with a 96-34 rout of St. Louis College of Pharmacy on Saturday afternoon. Thirteen Eagles scored in the game. Asbury led 63-15 at the half.
Ellie Steiner led all scorers with 16 points for the Eagles (17-7, 6-3 KIAC). Steiner hit on 7-of-9 from the floor including two three-pointers. Her 16 points are a season-high, just two of her career-high set last year. She also had three assists. The team handed out 26 assists as 14 players picked up at least once.
Julie Jarboe came off the bench to score 14 points, making 3-of-6 from downtown. Dorian Downs was the only other player in double figures with 11. The Eagles shot 53-percent in the game, and were at 68-percent at halftime. They made only 10-of-34 three-point attempts.
The Eagles ripped 24 steals including a game-high four from Steiner. Asbury grabbed 36 rebounds while the Eutectics produced just 25. Catie Fletcher and Lizzie Hoffa led the Eagles with seven rebounds each. The Eutectics were led by Emi Santhuff’s nine points and six rebounds. St. Louis Pharmacy falls to 1-11 on the season and 0-5 in the KIAC.
This is the only meeting by the two teams as St. Louis Pharmacy plays each member just one time. The Eagles return home to host Brescia in their first meeting of the season. Brescia is currently 12-7 overall and 5-3 in the KIAC before the result of their game with Alice Lloyd today. Point Park leads the KIAC at 10-3 followed by ALC at 7-3.