December 21, 20151st2nd3rd4thFinal
Stats at a GlanceIUKVALPO
FG Percentage.123 (8-65) .522 (36-69)
3P FG Percentage.067 (1-15) .333 (8-24)
FT Percentage.833 (5-6) .667 (8-12)
Offensive Rebounds1618
Defensive Rebounds1940
Total Rebounds3558
Bench Points436
PointsWhitney Williamson - 4
Lela Crawford - 4
Catera Stevenson - 4
Tabitha DeWitt - 4
Deja Felder - 4
ReboundsDeja Felder - 8
AssistsDeja Felder - 2
StealsDeja Felder - 3
DEAN - 2
BlocksDejianna Butler - 1
Valpo Women Run Streak to Three with Record-Setting Performance
Monday, December 21, 2015
Valpo Women Run Streak to Three with Record-Setting Performance
Freshman Hannah Schaub tossed in 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting Monday in the Crusaders' 88-22 win over IU-Kokomo. (Avery Davis)

The Valpo women's basketball team held IU-Kokomo to 8-of-65 shooting (12.3%) as the Crusaders collected an 88-22 victory Monday evening at the Athletics-Recreation Center. The 22 points yielded broke the previous school record of 28 versus Youngstown State back in 2010.

Five players finished in double figures, including freshman Amber Lindfors (Elk Grove Village, Ill./Elk Grove) who posted 15 points and 11 rebounds.

The Cougars scored the first basket of the contest, but the Brown and Gold roared back with a 21-2 run. Valpo limited IU-Kokomo to 5-of-33 shooting in the first half while outrebounding the visitors, 33-17. The Crusaders parlayed a 20-4 points in the paint margin into a 48-12 halftime lead.

Jasmyn Walker (Muskegon, Mich./Mona Shores)'s eight first-half points led a proportional Valpo scoring attack. Lindfors and Hannah Schaub (Brooklyn Park, Minn./Park Center) had seven at the break, while Meredith Hamlet (McBain, Mich./McBain), Dani Franklin (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/George Washington), and Haylee Thompson (Hailey, Idaho/Wood River [Utah State]) accounted for six points.

Five Crusaders combined for seven blocks in the first twenty minutes.

Valpo ended the first half on a 14-0 run only to open the second by scoring the first four points. 

IU-Kokomo's Whitney Williamson ended the Crusader surge with a three-pointer - the Cougars only on the night - just ahead of the eight-minute mark. Williamson finished the tilt as one of IU-Kokomo's leading scorers.

The Brown and Gold's advantage expanded to 50 points by the conclusion of the third quarter. Lindfors tallied six of her career-high 15 points in the penultimate period.

Valpo's lockdown defense never wavered despite the lopsided score. The Crusaders limited the Cougars to 3-of-32 (9.4%) shooting over the final two quarters.

Opponents entered Monday night's game with a 42.7% field goal percentage. That figure limboed to 39.8% after the 8-for-65 outlier. IU-Kokomo managed just three fourth-quarter points.

Walker and Schaub ended with 12 points, Hamlet registered 11, and Franklin reached double figures for the fourth consecutive contest with 10 points. 

Lexi Miller (Caledonia, Mich./Caledonia) was 4-for-4 from the field for eight points in addition to four assists, a block, and a steal.

Lindfors' 15 points and 11 rebounds granted the freshman her second double-double in the past three games. She also blocked three shots, running her season tally to 25. 

Valpo (4-7) will have the next nine days to prepare for Horizon League play. The Crusaders will make their first trip to the BB&T Arena in Highland Heights, Kentucky to take on the Northern Kentucky (8-3) Norse on Wednesday, December 30th at 6:00 pm CT. WVUR (95.1 FM, Valparaiso) and ESPN3 will carry the action live with live stats also available. Links are posted at