Lindsey Storm (Hillsboro), also a Lincoln Land CommunityÂ College player, had two points against SWIC. LLCC is 7-6. Ashley Schneider (Nokomis) hit double figures for Illinois Wesleyan University as they blasted Elmhurst College 87-61. Schneider was perfect from the floor, hitting 4-of-4, and missed only one free throw, hitting 3-of-4 from the charity stripe. The starter, who played 17 minutes, had two rebounds.
So far the freshman has done just that. In the most recent two games, SIUC's first two wins in the Missouri Valley Conference, Brockmeyer was in double figures in both games. In the 74-62 win over University of Evansville, Brockmeyer exploded for a career high 27 points by hitting 11-of-14 from the field and 4-of-7 from the charity stripe. She also had one trey. Brockmeyer also had a career-high 14 rebounds and had three steals. She started and played 34 minutes.
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For Freeport graduate Emily Burt, the new technique is working just fine.In the Central College of Iowa's first meet of the year, the Dutch Holiday Preview, the sophomore, not only finished third in the weight throw with a toss of 47 feet, 7.75 inches, but her throw is the eighth best of all time ever recorded at Central College. The outing was hosted by Central and held at the Kuyper Fieldhouse.
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Selecting a term
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