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Green Bay crowned 2018 Motor City Madness Champions - Mar 7, 2018


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Kevin
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In the Motor City Madness women's championship game, it was the No. 1 seed Green Bay Phoenix capturing a fourth straight conference tournament title with a 62-44 victory over the No. 3 seed Wright State Raiders. The Phoenix have cut down the Horizon League nets in seven of the last eight years
Having trailed at the half in two previous tournament games, Kevin Borseth 's squad was determined not to let it happen a third time.
They reversed that trend in a major way, racing out to a 17-point advantage at intermission.
'Slow start game one, finish strong -- slow start game two, finish strong,' said Borseth. 'Fast start game three, I'm thinking, 'Okay, now what?' Do we have a let down in the second half or just go? We knew we had to come out in a hurry and luckily we were able to sustain it for a whole game.'
It was All-Horizon League Second Team senior Allie LeClaire that broke the game open for Green Bay. LeClaire ended the first quarter with a circus basket, tossing in a shot while crashing to the ground and drawing a foul in the process. It put the Phoenix up 18-8 after one quarter.
LeClaire stayed hot in the second, drilling a 3 to put Green Bay up 13. Then she cashed in again from downtown. And one more time for good measure. For the half, LeClaire racked up 16 points and six rebounds, and the Phoenix led 38-21.
The suffocating Green Bay defense held Wright State without a basket over the last seven minutes of the second quarter, the Raiders misfiring on nine consecutive shots during the stretch.
'That's the best defensive team in the country,' said Wright State head coach Katrina Merriweather . 'It's not an opinion, it's a fact.'
Chelsea Welch (5'9''-G-95), the Horizon League Player of the Year, managed to score 11 points in the half, but shot just 2-of-10 from the floor. She'd finish the game 2-of-15 for 13 points.
The Raiders' flame-throwing junior Mackenzie Taylor (5'6''-G) could not carry over her momentum from the previous rounds. After making nine 3-pointers coming into the game, Taylor was quiet in the title game, scoring five points.
Wright State made a slight push late in the third, cutting the Green Bay edge to 47-36. Frontcourt stalwarts Lexi Smith (5'11''-F) and Nia Sumpter (5'11''-F) found their way inside for the Raiders to fuel the run.
But Caitlyn Hibner (6'0''-G) and All-Horizon League First Team member Jessica Lindstrom (6'1''-G/F) swished back-to-back 3s for the Phoenix, extending the lead out to 19 and shutting the door on a possible Wright State comeback.
Lindstrom finished with a double-double, collecting 12 points and 14 rebounds.
Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year Jen Wellnitz (5'8''-G) dished out eight assists, grabbed four steals and helped mute the production of Welch and Taylor.
LeClaire, selected as the Little Caesars Horizon League Women's Championship Most Valuable Player, led all scorers with 24 points. She averaged over 20 PPG at Motor City Madness, the only player to do so. She was joined on the All-Tournament team by Lindstrom and Wellnitz.

Horizon League Tournament Final: Green Bay - Wright State 62-44
Horizon League Tournament Semifinals:
Green Bay - Youngstown 66-45
Wright State - IUPUI 60-52

Courtesy of HorizonLeague.org   





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McCormick
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Coastal Carolina head women's basketball coach Jaida Williams announced Tuesday the hiring of Stephanie McCormick as the program's newest assistant coach. McCormick comes to Coastal Carolina following a four-year stint as the head coach of the Western Carolina women's basketball team. "We are extremely fortunate to have Stephanie join our staff," said Williams. "She has recruited and coached at the highest level of collegiate women's basketball and I know that our student-athletes and sta...   [read more]

E.C. Hill
Hill Joins Towson Staff as Assistant Coach - 18 hours ago
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Announced by head coach Diane Richardson , E.C. Hill has been hired as an assistant coach for the Towson University women's basketball team. Hill joins the Tiger family after spending the last three seasons as the head coach at Montverde Academy. Prior to her stint in Florida she was an assistant coach at the University of Arizona. While with the Wildcats she coached one of the best scorers in program history and the 18th player at Arizona to reach 1,000 points in Candice Warthen. "E.C. H...   [read more]

Jodi Kest
Jodi Kest Named HPU Women's Basketball Assistant Coach - 1 day ago
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High Point University women's basketball coach Chelsea Banbury announced Jodi Kest has joined the staff as an assistant coach today (June 24). "I'm really excited to add someone with the level of experience that Coach Kest has," Banbury said. "She has a wealth of knowledge about the game and I feel fortunate to have her join our program. I can't wait to work with her and see what we can learn from each other." Kest joins the Panthers after spending the 2018-19 season as an assistant coach...   [read more]


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