DECATUR, Ga. - The Agnes Scott College basketball team suffered from cold shooting and an opponent with a deep bench, as Penscaola Christian (16-10) rolled to a 66-41 win over the Scotties (4-16). The Scotties, playing with only seven players, struggled to find their aim, especially from three-point range, as they shot 2-for-22 from beyond the arc.
Grace Keheley led the Scotties with 12 points on 5-for-9 shooting, but the rest of the lineup was 10-for-54 (18%) for the game. Jakaria Fleming also poured in 11 points, while leading scorer Laniqua Collins, who was in foul trouble throughout the contest, still managed to lead all players in rebounding with 16 boards, and chipped in with 9 points. The Scotties outrebounded Pensacola Christian, 40-39.
For Pensacola Christian, leading scorer Alyssa Loudermilk, who also saw limited time due to foul trouble, still managed 14 points in only 19 minutes on the floor. Hannah Shipp contributed 13 and Holly Zorca came off the bench to score 12.
The Scotties will look to regroup before hosting Salem College in their regular season finale on Saturday, February 20, at 2:00 p.m.