(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - The undefeated and No. 4-ranked Thomas More women's basketball team heads west to Walla Walla, Wash. to take on Whitman and Whitworth this weekend in the Kim Evanger Raney Classic. The Saints take on Whitworth this Friday at a 7 p.m. EST tip and Whitman on Saturday at a 7 p.m. EST tip.
- The Saints are coming off an 81-75 win over Marietta on Wednesday night.
- The Saints had five players finish in double-digit scoring.
- Senior guard Madison Temple finished the game with 19 points, six rebounds, five assists and three blocked shots.
- Junior guard Kaela Saner had 16 points in the game and was four-of-six from behind the arc.
- Sophomore guard Briana McNutt had 13 points.
- Senior guard Kelly Clapper finished with 11 points.
- Junior forward Emily Schultz tallied 10 points.
- The Whitworth Pirates come into the weekend 5-1 overall.
- The Pirates are averaging 68.8 points per game with a .407 field-goal percentage.
- Whitworth is averaging 43.8 rebounds per game and 9.5 steals per game, currently sitting on a five-game win streak.
- Jordan Smith holds the team high averaging 11.8 points per game.
- Aimee Smith leads the team with 6.2 rebounds per game.
- Camy Aguinaldo leads the Pirates with 4.6 assists per game.
- The Whitman College Blues come into the weekend 5-2 overall and on a three-game win streak.
- The Blues are averaging 79.9 points per game, 40.3 rebounds per game, and 10.1 steals per game.
- Makana Stone holds the team high with 16.7 points per game, 8.6 rebounds per game, and 1.3 blocked shots per game.
- Mady Burdett leads the Blues with 1.9 steals per game.
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- The Saints continue their road-stand heading Holland, Michigan to comepte in the Post-Exam Jam on Dec. 14/15.
- No.2-ranked Hope hosts the tournament with participating teams No. 24-ranked Baldwin Wallace and Finlandia.