The Valpo women’s basketball team takes the court for the final time before the break for final exams on Friday evening at former conference rival Western Illinois. For the Beacons, it is their first overnight road trip since the season’s opening game.
The Valpo women’s basketball team battled back after falling behind with a tough offensive start to Wednesday night’s game at the ARC against visiting Western Michigan, but the Beacons were unable to complete a comeback, falling to the Broncos by a 68-62 final.
The Valpo women’s basketball team will step on the floor of the ARC for a game for the last time for nearly a month on Wednesday evening as the Beacons take on Western Michigan. Following Wednesday’s game, Valpo will be on the road for its next four games and won’t have another home game until Jan. 5, 2023.
A scorching start to the game from visiting Bowling Green proved to be too much for the Valpo women’s basketball team to overcome on Friday evening at the ARC, as the Falcons went on to a 92-61 victory over the Beacons.
Valpo women's basketball head coach Mary Evans joins Valpo Basketball Weekly this week to talk about what her team has learned from a number of close games this season, the point guard play, the rebounding effort and more!
As the calendar turns to December, the Valpo women’s basketball team returns home to the ARC for its final two nonconference home games of the season, starting on Friday evening as the Beacons host Bowling Green. It will be Daughters Night, with all daughters receiving free admission and a free t-shirt, while parents/guardians can buy tickets for just $5 apiece.
The Valpo women’s basketball team came up short in a test against Big Ten opponent Northwestern Sunday afternoon in Evanston, Ill., falling to the host Wildcats by an 81-47 final.
The Valpo women’s basketball team returns to the road for the first time in nearly three weeks on Sunday when it makes the short trip to Evanston to face Northwestern. The game is the first of two in non-conference play for the Beacons against Big Ten opponents.
Valpo women’s basketball freshman Ali Saunders (Depauw, Ind./North Harrison) capped a record-setting night with a drive and score with just over eight seconds to play in overtime Monday at the ARC against UAB, setting the stage for a potential second extra period, but the Blazers raced the ball down and scored with 3.3 seconds to go, delivering a heartbreaking 83-81 defeat to the Beacons. Saunders’ final basket gave her 32 points on the night, a new program record for freshman scoring in a single game.