The Lady Eagles hosted the KCAC leading Tabor Bluejays this past weekend where they fell just short in a 59-63 loss. Playing in their third game of the week, the Lady Eagles had to fight through some struggles in the first half. They made just one three pointer in the first half, shooting 17% from beyond the arc and had 16 turnovers. Despite the struggles, the Lady eagles were only down 20-28 to a nationally ranked Tabor team. They settled in after halftime and had a dominant third quarter entering the fourth just down a point. The Lady Eagles fell just short coming down the stretch and took the loss this past Saturday evening.
The Lady Eagles were led by junior guard Hannah Nealis who had a big game with 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists.
The Lady Eagles have a week off before hitting the road to Kansas City this Saturday to take on the Avila Eagles. Your Lady Eagles will enter that matchup with an overall record of 15-9 and a KCAC record of 11-8.