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March 19, 2014

OCU sends Lady Evangels packing

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MOORE —

McKinney and Ferguson each led the Lady Evangels with 15 points, with McKinney also recording a game-high 12 rebounds. Been and Tierra Brown each scored 13. 

Hamilton led five Lady Eagles in double-figure scoring with 19 points and a team-high 11 boards, followed by Stanford’s 16 points. 

A big key to the Lady Eagles’ win was their performance at the free-throw line, where OC hit 26-of-31 free-throws compared to the Lady Evangels’ 11 makes in 18 attempts at the charity stripe. 

The Lady Evangels’ 2013-14 campaign proved to be a historic one in head coach Marcus Moeller’s first season at the helm.  MACU won its most conference games (11) since joining the NAIA and Sooner Athletic Conference and the 18 victories overall is the most as an NAIA school.  

Individually, Ashlee Ferguson set a single-season record for scoring (533) and threes (98) as an NAIA school this year.  Ferguson also scored the most points in a game (40) since joining the NAIA. 

Also, Cheyenne Been’s 67 treys on the season are now the second most.  

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