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CEU Women Finish Regular Season with a Pair Of Losses


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By TERRY WILLIS
Sun Advocate sports reporter

Ashley Taylor sends up a trey during Friday nights game with CSI.

The regular season for the Lady Eagles came to a close with a pair of losses to SWAC powerhouse CSI this weekend.

The Eagles dropped the Friday night game 72-96 and then lost again on Saturday night 68-87. The losses didn't affect their SWAC standings as they finished off 4th in the conference.

The Eagles offense struggled all weekend. They got behind early on Friday night and were never able to get back in the game. Elisha Harris carried the offense for CEU with 26 points on the night. She was 4-7 beyond the arc as well.

Jenny Fiso dished out five assists. Staci Little blocked four and pulled in 5 9 rebounds in the loss.

CSI quieted Harris on Saturday night, but she still led the team with 14 points and seven rebounds. CSI out rebounded the Eagles 54-37 as they dominated CEU on the boards.

CSI also went to the line more than twice the rate of the Eagles and hit three times as many of the freebies as the Eagles.

The team will travel down to Ephraim to play the in SWAC conference tournament. Their first match up will be against Snow on Thursday night. The Eagles handled Snow well in their last match up just a few weeks ago.

If they are successful in beating the Badgers then they will have to face CSI again for the semi-finals.


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