COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Dominican's women's basketball teams are set to head on the road for a pair of Great Midwest Athletic Conference contests against Findlay and Hillsdale.
The contest with Findlay is set for Thursday at 5:30 p.m. while the matchup with Hillsdale is set for Saturday at 1 p.m.
ODU comes into the week with a 7-6 record and a 4-3 conference record after a 96-72 win over Ohio Valley last Saturday. In that contest, ODU was led by freshman Kennedy Schlabach (Millersburg, Ohio) who scored a career-high 22 points including six threes. Sophomore Angela Troyer (Sugarcreek, Ohio) notched 20 points and nine rebounds while junior Alexa Fisher (Powell, Ohio) had 19 points and five assists.
Also in that contest, the Panthers set a season-high for points in a quarter with 34 and points in a half with 60.
Fisher is pacing the Panthers offense that is averaging 67.8 points per game with 14.4 per game of her own while Troyer is just behind at 14.3 per game.
Findlay is coming into the week with a 10-3 overall record and a 6-2 in the conference after a pair of conference wins against Davis and Elkins and Alderson Broaddus last week.
The Oilers average 71.8 points per game led by Anna Hintz averaging 18.8 points per game and 8.8 rebounds while Elissa Ellerbrock is averaging 10.2 points per game. The Findlay defense is giving up 59.9 points per game this season while allowing the opponent to shoot just 38.3%.
Hillsdale comes into the week with an even 7-7 record while being 5-3 in the conference. They host Ohio Valley on Thursday before the Panthers come to town.
The Chargers are coming off a split week where they defeated Alderson Broaddus but dropped a contest to Davis & Elkins on Saturday.
Hillsdale averages 70.1 points per game on 41% shooting with four players averaging more than 10 points led by Allie Dewire averaging 13.0 points per game.
Makenna Ott is averaging 12.2 points per game while Brittany Gray is just behind at 12.1 and Lauren Daffenberg averages 10.1 points off the bench.
The Charger defense is allowing their opponents to score 68.4 points per contest on 41.3% shooting.