Women’s basketball hopeful after rough winter break
The Chadron State women’s basketball is now 3-13 after losing the last nine games.
The Eagles are 1-9 in RMAC conference play and 3-4 at home in Chadron.
Kalli Feddersen, senior of Rawlins, Wyoming, leads the team with a .269 shooting percentage. Feddersen has made 55 of her 186 attempted shots so far this season. Feddersen is fifth in the conference in shooting. As a team, the Eagles are 340-933, giving them a shooting percentage of .364.
Feddersen is leading the Eagles in rebounds, with 132 offensive and defensive rebounds, placing her fourth in the conference. Jessica Harvey, freshman of Morrill, has 69 total rebounds for the season. The Eagles have 610 total rebounds.
Harvey is second in conference in free-throw percentage, with a .943. Harvey has made 33 of 35 free throws.
The Eagles are third in conference in free-throw percentage, with a .766 as a team. The Eagles are also third in the conference in defensive rebounds, with an average of 28.8 per game.
The Eagles are 0-8 on the road and 3-4 at home.
“Road games are tough to win in the RMAC,” Head Coach Janet Raymer said.
Raymer said that home games were the best for the team so far this season.
Chemistry is one of the strengths of the team this season, Raymer said. Each player is very supportive of each other and they want to see everyone succeed.
Turnovers have been a weak spot for the team the season and they are hoping to improve in that area in their remaining games.
The Eagles are away this weekend as they take on Westminster College-Utah, Salt Lake City, on Saturday. The next home game for the Eagles is Jan. 19, when they take on Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado.