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Blue Devils Face UNOH, Concordia and Indiana Tech Before Heading into Thanksgiving Break

Blue Devils Face UNOH, Concordia and Indiana Tech Before Heading into Thanksgiving Break

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. - Up next for the Lawrence Technological University women's basketball team is a trip down to face the University of Northwestern Ohio on Wednesday, November 20th. They then come back home to face Concordia University - Ann Arbor (Mich.) at home on Friday, November 23rd for tip off at 1:00 p.m.. To finish up November before going on a small break, the ladies will face Indiana Institute of Technology on November 26th on the road.

Leading the team in points is Kendall Fisher with 106 points. Fisher also leads the team with 41 assists and 13 steals. Right behind her is Teryn Kline with 82 points and Danielle Hanson has 76 points. As a defensive force, Hanson leads the team in rebounds with 47. 

On a national level, Fisher is 5th in the nation for assists and 11th in assists per game. Rachel Price is 17th in the nation for total blocks with 11. Another high ranking individual is Teryn Kineis who is 17th in the nation for made three pointers with 19. As a whole, the team is 7th in the nation with a 77% free throw percentage and 9th for total blocks with 27.

UNOH (1-6, 0-2) is coming off two tough losses to WHAC opponents. The first of which was against Siena Hieghts University (Mich.) where they fell 73-37. They fell to Rochester University (Mich.) as well with a narrow margin of 73-69. They are led by Tori Lennartz who averages 17.86 points per game and has 38 rebounds for her team. 

For CUAA (3-3, 1-1) are fresh off a very close 66-64 loss to SHU on November 16th. The Cardinals are led by Tris'styn Williams who averages 12.50 points per game. She also leads the team in rebounds with 38.

To wrap up November, the Blue Devils travel to face foe Indiana Tech (4-1, 1-0). The Warriors are led by Alexis Hill. Hill averages 18.25 points per game, has 49 rebounds this season, seven steals and six blocks.