Fast-break points: Lineups and quick hits for Nebraska-Southern Illinois-Edwardsville | Women’s Basketball


Fast-break points: Lineups and quick hits for Nebraska-Southern Illinois-Edwardsville | Women's Basketball

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (1-2)

Player Height Year Points per game Rebounds per game
G) Christen King 5-9 Junior 10.7 4.0
G) Mikia Keith 5-4 Sophomore 7.7 0.0
G) Bria Stallworth 5-6 Snior 11.3 2.3
F) Allie Troeckler 5-10 Junior 10.7 6.0
F) Zaria Whitlock 6-0 Junior 7.7 1.7
Player Height Year Points per game Rebounds per game
G) Hannah Whitish 5-9 Senior 8.0 3.7
G) Sam Haiby 5-9 Sophomore 14.7 1.7
G) Nicea Eliely 6-1 Senior 8.7 7.0
F) Ashtyn Veerbeek 6-2 Sophomore 10.7 5.7
C) Kate Cain 6-5 Junior 8.3 6.0

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Scouting: Southern Illinois-Edwardsville is led by former Nebraska player Bria Stallworth. The 5-foot-6 point guard didn’t play for the Huskers last season, but graduated from Nebraska in May. She’s averaging a team-best 11.3 points while sharing the team lead with 2.3 assists per game. She’s made four three-pointers.

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Trending: During Thursday’s 78-55 home win against Morgan State, Nebraska sophomore guard Leigha Brown led the Huskers with 16 points and a career-high-tying five assists off the bench. Brown is averaging a team-best 16.7 points and is the only Husker to produce double-figure scoring in all three games.

Forecasting: Nebraska should get another win, and would probably get bonus points from coach Amy Williams if it quits letting opponents get a lot of offensive rebounds. Nebraska’s first three opponents have pulled down 25, 20 and 10 offensive rebounds.




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