December 10, 2007
basketball team plays exhibition game at ISU
TV – LCSC Warrior Watch, 7 p.m.,
Thursday, Dec. 13, KLEW-TV. This week’s
guests included Brent Wyatt from the
baseball team, Jade Fulbright from the
women’s basketball team, and Jonathan
Daly of the men’s basketball team.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – at Idaho
State University, Friday, Dec. 14, 6:05
Warriors play their second and final
in-state exhibition game when they take on
Idaho State University on Friday at 6:05
p.m. in Pocatello.
Because Idaho State is an NCAA program, the
contest is considered an exhibition game and
will not count on either team’s season
lost to Boise State University 76-62 in an
exhibition game earlier this season in
Boise. This is the only other exhibition
game LCSC has on its schedule.
Warriors will have their hands full with the
Bengals. ISU is the defending Big Sky
Conference champion and already has defeated
UCLA this season. ISU is 5-3 on the season
with a game at Oregon State on Monday night.
Bengals are led by 5-foot-8 junior guard
Andrea Lightfoot, a transfer from Nebraska.
Last year as a sophomore, she was named both
the Big Sky’s MVP and Newcomer of the Year,
a first at ISU. She averaged 18.5 points per
game, the best single-season average in the
history of the program. She also earned four
Big Sky Player of the Week awards in helping
ISU to just its second Big Sky title.
joined by Natalie Doma, a 6-3 senior center,
who already has twice been named the
conference’s Player of the Week this season.
She is averaging 22.3 points per game this
season, while Lightfoot is at 15.5 points.
Doma also is averaging 12.4 rebounds per
is 10-3 overall and ranked No.14 in the NAIA.
Two of the Warrior losses have come against
No. 10-ranked Azusa Pacific. The Warriors
have won eight of their last nine outings.
Troutt leads the Warriors at 14.3 points and
8.3 rebounds per game. Jade Fulbright is
averaging 11.2 points, while Breianna Gaines
is at 11.0 points and Sadie Short is at 10.5
points. Short is second on the team in
rebounding at 6.5 per outing.
is outscoring opponents by nearly 30 points
a game and is outrebounding them by nearly
15 per outing. The Warriors are shooting
43.8 percent as a team, while holding
opponents to 36.7 percent.
Warriors also have 203 steals this season,
compared to 94 for opponents.
ranks in the top six in the NAIA in 10
categories. The 14.8 rebounding margin leads
the nation, while the scoring margin of 28.9
ranks third. LCSC is averaging 20.5 assists,
31.5 defensive rebounds, and 46.3 total
rebounds, all of which rank third in the
is fourth in the nation in offensive
rebounds 20.4 and turnover margin 9.7, and
is fifth in steals per game at 15.6.
Finally, LCSC is sixth in assist to turnover
ratio and in scoring defense.
the individual leaders, Trout is 11th in
offensive rebounds per game at 4.2, Katie
Hart is 17th in assists per game at 5.1 and
24th in steals per game at 2.8. Fulbright is
No. 20 in steals per game at 2.9, while Kim
Preston is No. 22 in assist/turnover ratio
Friday, the Warriors take time off for
finals and the holidays before resuming play
on Dec. 30 against Whitman College at 4 p.m.
at the LCSC Activity Center. That will be
the final nonconference game of the season.
FRONTIER CONFERENCE STANDINGS – Carroll
11-1, Montana Western 10-1, Westminster
10-2, LCSC 10-3, Montana State-Northern 8-3,
Great Falls 6-5, Montana Tech 4-5, Rocky