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Callan Taylor Surpass 1,000 Career Points; Pomeroys Fall vs. EC

Callan Taylor Surpass 1,000 Career Points; Pomeroys Fall vs. EC
SAINT MARY OF THE WOODS, Ind. - SMWC women's basketball lost to Earlham College last night 102-64. The contest marks the Pomeroys second largest loss of the season and the third time SMWC has given up 100+ points.. Nevertheless, senior Callan Taylor made history as she surpassed 1,000 Career Points! Taylor became the 13th player in history to enter the 1,000 Point Club.

"Quote" by Callan Taylor

On surpassing 1,000 Career Points...

"I am very blessed with the SMWC basketball program, teammates and coach I have worked with the past four years because without them I would not have been able to hit my 1,000 points. Coach Bradley and now Coach Belf heave always given me the green light and that's a shooters dream. My teammates have always pushed me and encouraged me to keep shooting which is something I can't thank them enough for. I am very excited about being up on the banner with my teammates JaBreen Gardner and Tara Parmer".

How It Happened:

The SMWC offensive started off slowly which allowed Earlham to gain the substantial lead of 27-12 in the first quarter. However, the Pomeroys defense did not help their case as they gave up 20+ points each quarter. In the second, SMWC was led by Sydney Ingram and Maggie Reimer who each scored five points. The Woods entered halftime down 53-30. Earlham scored 29 points in the third quarter while the Pomeroys notched 20. At the start of the fourth, 82-50. At the end of the game, SMWC lost 102-64.

 Statistical Leaders:

  • Sydney Ingram scored a season-high 17 points while she added four rebounds and a block
  • Delaney Kendall put up 10 points, tossed four assists, and came up with four steals
  • Maggie Reimer led the team in rebounds with five
  • Avalee Jeffers scored six points and grabbed four steals

By The Numbers:

1,000 | Callan Taylor surpassed 1,000 Career Points

30.9 | The Woods finished the game shooting 30.9%

29 | SMWC forced Earlham to commit 29 turnover

13 | Overall, 13 of the 15 active members of the team tallied points on the box score; this is the third game in-a-row the Pomeroys have had 12+ player's score

Looking Ahead:

SMWC will hit the road and travel to Jacksonville, Ill. to play in the MacMurray Invite. The Pomeroys will face Greenville College on Friday night at 9:00 p.m. and MacMurray College on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

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