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Southeast Closes Non-Conference Play On $2 Tuesday

Southeast Closes Non-Conference Play On $2 Tuesday

Southeast Missouri (6-6) vs. William Woods (8-3)

Game Notes

Date: Tuesday, Dec. 30
Tip-Off: 11 a.m. CT
Location: Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Arena: Show Me Center (7,000)
Series History: William Woods leads 7-2
Last Meeting: Southeast won 64-44 on Jan. 18, 1982
Coaches: Ty Margenthaler, Southeast Missouri; Dan Chapla, William Woods

Media Coverage
Radio: ESPN 1220 AM (Erik Sean & Jess Bolen)
Live Video: OVC Digital Network
Live Stats: GoSoutheast.com
Twitter Updates: @SEMOWBB

$2 Tuesday: All tickets for Tuesday's contest will be available for just $2.

About Southeast: The Redhawks are 6-6 and are coming off of a 73-56 victory over Illinois-Springfield on Dec. 21, when for the 31st time during Ty Margenthaler's 4-year tenure as head coach, the Redhawks held an opponent under 60 points. Southeast was led offensively by Olivia Hackmann and Allyson Bradshaw, who combined to drain five 3-pointers.
 
For the year, Southeast is shooting 37.6% from the field, 27.5% from 3-point range and 62.2% from the free throw line. Jasmine Robinson leads offensively with 11.8 points and 2.4 assists per game. Bradshaw is averaging 8.3 points per contest. Erin Bollmann averages 6.8 points and 7.3 rebounds per contest off the bench, including two double-doubles and four double-digit rebounding performances. Connor King leads the team with 8.3 rebounds per outing, which is the fourth-best total in the Ohio Valley Conference. King has five double-digit rebounding performances this season.
 
About William Woods: The Owls are 8-3 overall but have lost their last two contests. They finished 22-11 last year.
 
Series History: William Woods leads the series 7-2. The teams last met on Jan. 18, 1982, when Southeast claimed a 64-44 victory on the road.
 
Robinson Voted OVC Newcomer of the Week: Senior guard Jasmine Robinson was voted Ohio Valley Conference Newcomer of the Week after registering the first double-double of her Southeast career with 18 points and 12 rebounds in the victory over Detroit on Dec. 13 in the Glass City Classic. Robinson added 10 points and eight rebounds earlier in the week at UMKC and scored eight points with four boards, two assists and a steal vs. Idaho on Dec. 14.
 
For the week, she averaged 12.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists. She shot 33.3% (12-for-36) from the floor and 66.7% (6-for-9) from the free throw line. Her double-double vs. Detroit was her first since Nov. 19, 2012, when she set career-highs with 26 points and 13 rebounds vs. North Texas while competing for Alabama.
 
Close Call at Ole Miss: The Redhawks dropped a heartbreaker by one point at Ole Miss on Nov. 25. After battling back from a 12-point deficit in the first half, Southeast took a 1-point lead with 1:11 remaining and held on to it before the Rebels inbounded the ball with 0.9 seconds left and scored on a layup at the final buzzer to win 58-57.
 
Bradshaw Climbing Triples Leaderboard: Senior guard Allyson Bradshaw ranks third in Southeast history with 143 made 3-pointers during her career, including seven in the last two games. Julie Meier (1991-95) holds the record with 174 triples while Tarina Nixon (2005-09) ranks second with 169.
 
On Dec. 14 vs. Idaho, Bradshaw drained a season-best four 3-pointers in the second half and was also a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line during the final 20 minutes in setting a new career-high with 21 points.
 
Forwards Establish Rebounding Bests: Junior Connor King set a career-high with 13 rebounds vs. Western Illinois on Dec. 3. She has grabbed 12 rebounds on five other occasions. Senior Hillary Lively set a new career-best with eight rebounds vs. Illinois-Springfield on Dec. 21.
 
Luttrull Dropping Dimes: Redshirt freshman Ashton Luttrull set a career-high with seven assists in only 16 minutes of action at UMKC on Dec. 10.
 
Looking Ahead: Southeast begins Ohio Valley Conference play Thursday at Belmont. With a victory over William Woods, the Redhawks will enter OVC play with a winning record for the first time since 2008.
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