PORTSMOUTH, Ohio – Shawnee State women’s basketball continued their hot start to the season, defeating Asbury (Ky.) 93-69 on Saturday afternoon.
The Bears would lead from wire to wire, and would lead by double digits by 3:52 remaining in the first quarter. Asbury would never truly threaten Shawnee State’s lead, with the Bears an 18 point lead for most of the game and leading by 20 or more for most of the fourth quarter. Shawnee State got their points at the free throw line, hitting 23 of 26 foul shots.
Madison Ridout would lead the Bears in scoring for the second straight game, scoring a game-high 20 points. Brandie Snow contributed 18 points, Bailey Cummins 14, and Jonessa Moore 13 in a balanced Shawnee State attack. Freshman Carson Roney made her debut for Shawnee State on Saturday, scoring two points after being cleared to play this week.
Brittany Warren had 19 points to lead Asbury. Meghan Miller added 14 and Kali Whiteside 13.
With the win, Shawnee State continue their historic start to the season, improving to 13-0. Asbury falls to 5-7.
The 10th ranked Bears are next in action on Saturday, December 17th when they start the Mid-South Conference/Southern States Athletic Conference Challenge at Campbellsville against (RV) Martin Methodist (Tenn.). Tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m.
Jonathon Loughridge is the Sports Information Director at Shawnee State University.