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Women's Basketball Takes on NAIA DI No. 18-Ranked Lindsey Wilson

Women's Basketball Takes on NAIA DI No. 18-Ranked Lindsey Wilson

(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - The undefeated, No.2-ranked, Thomas More women's basketball team hosts NAIA Division I No. 18-ranked Lindsey Wilson College tonight at 7 p.m. The Saints are coming off a 70-37 win over soon-to-be Mid-South Conference foe Pikeville as the team improved to 19-0 on the season. 

  • The now No. 2-ranked Thomas More Saints come into today's game 19-0 on the season, recently taking down soon-to-be Mid-South Conference foe Pikeville, 70-37, on  Tuesday.
  • Madison Temple finished the game with 18 points and five assists.
  • Kaela Saner tallied 13 points, six rebounds and two steals.
  • Junior forward Emily Schultz had nine points and five rebounds.
  • Senior forward Shelby Rupp finished with nine points and six rebounds.
  • The Saints currently sit in the top-five in the nation in 11 different stat categories and are No. 1 in five of them. 
  • The Saints have thee players that fall in the Top-40 in the NCAA stat categories. 
  • Temple ranks top-5 in 11 different categories, Saner ranks top-10 in two categories, and Rupp ranks topp-40 in one category. 


  • Lindsey Wilson comes into the game today 9-3 overall, ranked No.18 in NAIA Division I, and on a five-game winning streak.
  • The soon-to-be Mid-South Conference foe is averaging 72.7 points per game, shooting .408 from the field.
  • Raegan Turner leads the team with 27 steals and 38 assists on the season.
  • Gerda Paulauskalte leads the team with 80 total rebounds this season averaging 7.3 a game. 

  • Live stats for the games can be found here
  • Live video broadcast for the games can be found here.

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  • Thomas More hits the road again as they travel down to Texas to take on No.23-ranked Texas-Dallas on Jan. 5 and No.12-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor on Jan. 7