Archive for Women’s Basketball

Ashleigh Curry comes off bench

January 16, 2012 No Comments

Thomas Huitt-Johnson

Ashleigh Curry stepped back on the hardwood Saturday afternoon and immediately knocked down a trey. The senior, who hasn’t played in four-and-a-half seasons, came off the bench and scored 25 points, but Missouri Western fell to Central Missouri 72-67. The five-point loss isn’t too bad as of now for the Griffons. Coming up this week, if they […]

New year, new team — Trio of wins boost Griffons’ confidence

January 11, 2012 No Comments

Thomas Huitt-Johnson

Brittany Griswold scored 17 points in the first half; Jessica Koch had four steals in the second. But it was Alex Noble’s layup and Alicia Bell’s free throws that gave Missouri Western its third straight win, as the Griffons defeated Truman State 65-64 Wednesday night at MWSU Fieldhouse. The win itself shouldn’t come as a big surprise, […]

Griswold helps Griffons beat Bearcats

January 8, 2012 No Comments

Thomas Huitt-Johnson

Fresh off of a 30-point performance in a losing effort to Nebraska-Omaha, Jessica Koch needed help in order for Missouri Western to win in the MIAA. Brittany Griswold was her help Wednesday night. Griswold led the Griffons in scoring with 17 points and Koch was second with 12 as they secured their first MIAA win […]

Griffon women lose 91-68 to open up the season

November 16, 2011 1 Comment

Kyle Inman

Missouri Western women’s basketball couldn’t stop the outside shooting of Quincy as it opened its season with a 91-68 loss Saturday at the MWSU Fieldhouse. Coach Lynn Plett knew that Quincy, who went 26-4 last season, would be a tough early test for the Griffons. “Some people say ‘Don’t play such a good team early,’ […]

Griffons exhibits skill in exhibition win

November 8, 2011 No Comments

Kyle Inman

Thursday at the MWSU Field House, Missouri Western men’s basketball gave fans a glimpse of what they will see on the court this season, as they defeated Livin’ the Dream 102-63. “I thought our defense was pretty decent,” coach Tom Smith said. “I thought they played together, our passing at times was very sharp; for […]

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