Women’s Basketball Team travels to Colorado
The Chadron State Eagles won one and lost one on their road trip this weekend to the Denver area. The Eagles beat Colorado Christian University on Friday, 56-40 but lost to the Colorado School of Mines, 71-55 on Saturday. This moves the Eagles to a 5-18 overall record and a 3-14 conference record.
Kalli Feddersen, senior of Rawlins, Wyoming, led the Eagles in scoring on Friday. Feddersen scored 20 points for the night, but made three of her 11 attempted field goals. Feddersen made the majority of her points from the free throw line, scoring 14 of her 16 attempts. Taryn Foxen, freshman of Aurora, Colorado, scored 17 points on Friday. Foxen made seven of her 20 attempted shots, but only made one of her four attempted free throws.
According to Head Coach Janet Raymer, Foxen is starting to find her place on the team and has had a chance to shine despite injuries that have happened this season.
The Eagles had a 26.3 field goal shooting percentage, and an 82.1 free throw shooting percentage.
Feddersen led the team in rebounds as well as points, grabbing two offensive and five defensive rebounds. Foxen rebounded the ball five times, twice on offense and three times on defense. The team had 35 rebounds for the night.
The Eagles turned the ball over 12 times on Friday night.
Feddersen and Foxen continued to dominate the scoreboard on Saturday. Feddersen scored 14 points while Foxen followed close behind with 11 points. Jessica Harvey, freshman of Morrill scored eight points for the Eagles. The Eagles had a 26.9 shooting percentage for the night.
Feddersen made seven of her nine attempted free throws, making her 77 percent from the free throw line. Bailey Brooks, freshman of Douglas, Wyoming went 50 percent from the free throw line, making three of her six attempted shots.
Foxen led the team in rebounds on Saturday night, grabbing 10 total rebounds, three on offense and seven on defense. Brooks grabbed seven for the night, four on offense and three on defense. The Eagles grabbed 48 total rebounds.
The Eagles continue their conference journey this weekend at home. They will take on Metropolitan State University of Denver on Friday. On Saturday the Eagles will take on the University Colorado at Colorado Springs.