The Easterner

Women’s basketball gets into the win column

Senior+guard+Kapri+Morrow+shoots+a+free+throw+against+Eastern+Oregon+University+on+Nov.+14.+Morrow+scored+14+points+in+the+game.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Women’s basketball gets into the win column

Senior guard Kapri Morrow shoots a free throw against Eastern Oregon University on Nov. 14. Morrow scored 14 points in the game.

Senior guard Kapri Morrow shoots a free throw against Eastern Oregon University on Nov. 14. Morrow scored 14 points in the game.

Drew Lawson

Senior guard Kapri Morrow shoots a free throw against Eastern Oregon University on Nov. 14. Morrow scored 14 points in the game.

Drew Lawson

Drew Lawson

Senior guard Kapri Morrow shoots a free throw against Eastern Oregon University on Nov. 14. Morrow scored 14 points in the game.

By Drew Lawson, Reporter

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Junior forward Uriah Howard led the way for the women’s basketball team, on the way to  earning the team’s first win of the season with a 66-45 victory over Eastern Oregon.

Howard scored 16 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out four assists. The Eagles did not trail in the game and led by as many as 23.

EWU started on a 16-3 run and forced seven turnovers in the first five minutes. The lead settled at 24-11 when the first quarter ended. In the two games played this season, EWU has allowed a total of just 16 first quarter points.

“I think [defense] is what we’re trying to make be our identity,” EWU head coach Wendy Schuller said. “Trying to establish ourselves on that end of the floor first and foremost. We want to play with toughness and be a relentless team, and those are defensive traits.”

After a sluggish second quarter in which the Eagles scored just eight points, they took a slim 32-26 lead into halftime. EWU came out firing in the third quarter, scoring 24 points and allowing 10 points, to broaden the margin. EWU also won the fourth quarter 13-9 to achieve a 21 point victory.

Senior forward Alissa Sealby said the message from Schuller at halftime was to heighten the intensity.

“She said that we were giving them to many looks,” Sealby said. “Our philosophy is to be relentless, and she thought that we weren’t doing that. She wanted us to make it tougher on them […] so that’s how we came out in the third quarter.”

EWU forced 31 turnovers and hit eight 3-pointers to just four for EOU. EWU shot 38.5 percent from the field overall.

Senior guard Violet Kapri Morrow had 14 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles. Sealby added a career high 11 points while hitting both of her 3-point attempts.

EWU will now go on the road for the first time for a matchup with Brigham Young University. The game takes place in Provo, Utah on Nov. 17. Tip-off is at 1 p.m.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
About the Contributor
Leave a Comment

The Easterner reserves the right to edit or delete hate speech, inflammatory statements or vulgarities in comments. The Easterner also reserves the right to delete advertising from comments.

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    EWU’s comeback falls just short in Missoula

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Women complete regular season sweep of Montana

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Women lose sixth straight on Reese Court

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Davison’s hot hand torches Lumberjacks

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Aiken lifts Eagles over Thunderbirds

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Easley’s four-year journey to get back on the court

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Eagles’ late comeback run falls short

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Swapping her kicks for spikes

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Vikings top Eagles on Kids Day

  • Women’s basketball gets into the win column

    Basketball

    Eagles sweep state of Montana

Navigate Right
The independent, student-run news site of Eastern Washington University.
Women’s basketball gets into the win column