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Waxahachie, TX – Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Women’s basketball team took on Oklahoma Panhandle State University in the spring conference opener. The game started with both teams trying to find a rhythm. After a pretty even first quarter the Lady Lions came out and scored 35 points in the second quarter, taking a 25-point lead into halftime. The Lady Lions came out flat to start the second half, but were able to pull away in the final seconds of the game, with a final score of 78-74. Both Sydney Meador and Kiara Glenn finished the game with 1,000 career points, leaving their mark on the program which will go in the record books.  

Notable Performers
  • Kiara Glenn(SR/Ennis, TX) led the Lions with 17 points and 5 assists. She finished the game with 2 clutch free throws to put her over 1,000 career points.
  • Lauren Baker(SO/Lexington, KY) added 17 points as well, she went 3-5 from the 3pt line.
  • Alexis Casher (SR/ Irvington, AL) scored 16 points and added 7 rebounds.  
  • SAGU forced 18 TO, and had 4 steals to go along with that.
How it Happened
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Mike Sons
  • “Hats off to OPSU, they have a really good team and some great shooters as well. I was proud of our girls and how they stayed with the plan. It was good team win.
The Next Step
  • The Lady Lions will be back in action Monday, January 11th. They will host Wayland Baptist University at the Sheaffer Center. Start time is scheduled for 6:00pm
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