2018-19 YEAR IN REVIEW: Women’s Basketball

2018-19 YEAR IN REVIEW: Women’s Basketball

SEWANEE, Tenn. - The Sewanee women's basketball team recorded 10-plus wins in a season for the fourth time in the last five years in the 2018-19 season, as four players were named All-Conference.

Season Recap
The women's basketball program recorded a 10-16 record en route to an appearance in the SAA Tournament. The Tigers earned non-conference wins over Agnes Scott (Ga.), Berea (Ky.), Welch (Tenn.), Pensacola Christian (Fla.), Maryville (Tenn.) and Covenant (Ga.).

Inside conference play, Sewanee captured wins on the road at Berry and Hendrix and home victories over Birmingham-Southern and Centre.

During the year, two records were broken during the season. Sue Kim finished third all-time in assists for a season with 113, but she passed Kayla Goodwin (C'02) for the most assists in a career. Needing three to surpass the record, she finished with 372.

Kinsley Logan tied the most three-pointers made in a season with 78, tying Suzanne Smith's 1997-98 number. Averaging 32.6 minutes per game, she averaged 3.0 triples per game and shot 38.8% from downtown.

Memorable Game | Sewanee vs. Birmingham-Southern, Jan. 25
After suffering a three-point loss to the Panthers the previous week in Birmingham, the Tigers seeked revenge on their home floor. Sewanee used a 19-7 second quarter to lead, 30-22, at the break.

The Tigers played a strong third quarter as they led 45-32, but the story changed in the fourth stanza. Led by eight points each by Christian McGowan and Derienne Black, the Panthers forced overtime.

Sewanee tied the game at 57 with 31 seconds to go in regulation on an Abby Young layup.

Trailing 59-57, the Tigers had the advantage in the first overtime period with a 7-0 run to lead 64-59 with 2:33 left in the extra session.

BSC came crawling back, as they scored the final five points in OT to force a second overtime. Sewanee's Ellie Treanton attempted a game-winning jumper that was for not.

In the second OT, Sewanee trailed to start the second extra session. Treanton drained a layup with 90 seconds to go to give Sewanee a 70-67 lead. BSC got within one on free throws, but the Tigers held the Panthers without a field goal for the final two minutes.

-The Tigers recorded 11 steals and 20 points off of the Panthers' 21 turnovers.

SAA Statistical Leaders
Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
3rd | Kinsley Logan - 38.8%

Three-Point Field Goals Made
1st | Kinsley Logan - 78

Free Throw Percentage
3rd | Ellie Treanton - 78.1%

Assists Per Game
1st | Sue Kim - 4.3

Steals Per Game
3rd | Sue Kim - 2.2
4th | Kinsley Logan - 1.7
5th | Ellie Treanton - 1.5

NCAA Statistical Leaders
Team Statistics
17th | Three-Point Field Goals Per Game | 8.1
26th | Three-Point Field Goals Attempted | 663
26th | Three-Point Field Goals Made | 211

Individual Statistics
Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
48th | Kinsley Logan - 201

Three-Point Field Goals Made
24th | Kinsley Logan - 78

Three-Point Field Goals Per Game
15th | Kinsley Logan - 3.0

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
43rd | Kinsley Logan - 38.8%

Awards

Southern Athletic Association
All-SAA Team
Ellie Treanton - Honorable Mention
Bella Taylor - Honorable Mention
Kinsley Logan - Honorable Mention
Sue Kim - Honorable Mention

SAA All-Sportsmanship Team
Sue Kim

SAA Academic Honor Roll
Bella Bombassi
Winnie Litchfield
Kinsley Logan
Katie Roth
Ashley Stewart
Abby Young

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