Jan. 28 UMKC (6-13, 1-5 WAC) at CSU Bakersfield (8-11, 3-2 WAC)

 

Category

CSUB UMKC
Points Per Game 64.7 63.9
Field Goal Pct. .403 .425
3-point FG Pct. .329 .327
Free throw Pct. .727 .710
Rebounds Per Game 35.9 35.2
Assists Per Game 13.4 12.5
Turnovers Per Game 17.4 16.3
Steals Per Game 8.7 7.2
Blocks Per Game 5.3 1.9

BAKERSFIELD, Calif.—CSU Bakersfield hosts UMKC Saturday in Western Athletic Conference women’s basketball action. Tip is scheduled for 12 p.m. and will be streamed on the Roadrunner Sports Network via Youtube.com

Saturday is National Girls and Women in Sports Day on the CSUB campus. Limited to the first 200 who sign up; National Girls and Women in Sports Day is for girls’ grades K-8. The day involves mini clinics with some of the CSUB women’s teams, a former CSUB student-athlete guest speaker, lunch, and watching women’s basketball take on UMKC at Noon. National Girls and Women in Sports Day is a national program to get youth girls involved in sports. Participants receive free admission.

Schedule of Events:

9-11 a.m. - Mini Clinics with Women’s Golf, Women's Track and Field, Volleyball, Cheer, and Dance

11 a.m. – Guest Speaker 

11:30 a.m. – Lunch (Pizza)

Noon- Women’s Basketball vs UMKC

To register, please contact Brynn Conapitski at bconapitski@csub.edu or 661-654- 2345. 

UMKC is 6-13, 1-5 in WAC play after losing Thursday’s game at Grand Canyon 75-64. The Kangaroos’ Samantha Waldron is eighth in the conference in scoring (13.5). Kristen Moore is averaging 10.9 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, both of which are second on the UMKC team.  CSUB leads the all-time series against the Kangaroos 6-1.

CSU Bakersfield used a 23-3 run midway through Thursday’s game against Chicago State to defeat the Cougars for the 10th consecutive time 83-48. CSUB is now 8-11, 3-2 in Western Athletic Conference play.

Aja Williams led the Roadrunners with 16 points. She was 7-of-12 from the field. She added three rebounds, three assists, and two steals. Jazmyne Bartee charted her second consecutive double double of 11 points and 11 rebounds. After making all 10 of her shots last Saturday, the 6-2 center connected on her first three against the Cougars before a miss. Kate Tokuhara was a perfect 5-of-5 from the floor on the way to a season high 12 points. Erika Williams scored 10 points. Sims, a senior, grabbed a career high 12 rebounds, scored three points, and made a steal.

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