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The Eagles sit at 10-4 for the season, 1-1 SBC

Briyanna Thompson, Sports Managing Editor

Since the Christmas break started the Women’s basketball team has won four out of six games, making them 10-4 overall and 1-1 in the Sunbelt conference. 

Junior, Mya Burns has had the highest number of points in the three out of four wins while shooting 43.6% from the field and shooting 34.5% 3-pointers. 

Throughout the four wins, Junior Taya Gibson along with sophomore Eden Johnson and senior Rachel Johnson had the highest number of rebounds, 32 combined. Ja’nya Love-Hill and Daeja Holmes had the highest number of assists, 25 combined. 

The Eagles biggest win over the break was against Carver college, the final score was 133-15. This win also earned the Eagles no. 4 in the Sports Center ‘Top 10 Plays’. With their four-game win. The Eagles lost two close games to both Kennesaw State and Coastal Carolina. 

With last Saturday’s game canceled the Eagles will be back in action at Hanner Fieldhouse this Thursday, January 13 vs Texas State at 6 p.m. and again this Saturday against UT Arlington at 2 p.m.