|Jarvis Christian (Texas) 1-15/1-27||11||11||12||15||49|
|Our Lady of the Lake (Tex 23-6/16-2||37||27||25||18||107|
|Feb. 23, 2019|
|San Antonio, TX|
|Jarvis Christian (Texas)||Indv. Leaders||Our Lady of the Lake (Tex|
|#55 Tamera Duncan - 18||Points||#23 Dezeree White - 16|
|2 Players (#32,#55) - 9||Rebounds||#12 Zerina Shatri - 7|
|5 Players - 1||Assists||2 Players (#20,#31) - 4|
|Jarvis Christian (Texas)||Team Statistics||Our Lady of the Lake (Tex|
|33.3% (17 - 51)||Field Goals %||47.7% (42 - 88)|
|25% (3 - 12)||3 Point Field Goals %||44% (11 - 25)|
|70.6% (12 - 17)||Free Throws||85.7% (12 - 14)|
|5||2nd Chance Pts||14|
SAN ANTONIO (Feb. 21, 2019) – Before entering the final home game of 2018-2019 season against Jarvis Christian College, the Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) women's basketball team already knew they had clinched the Red River Athletic Conference title after LSU-Alexandria lost earlier in the day. But nonetheless, the Saint played with furor to defeat the Jarvis Christian College Lady Bulldogs 107-49. The Saints close out the regular season with a 23-6 overall record and 16-2 in conference. The Lady Bulldogs end their season with a 1-17 overall record and 1-28 in conference.
The Saints are 19-2 against the Lady Bulldogs. Earlier this season, they defeated Jarvis 102-42.
The Saints did not really give the Lady Bulldogs any chance of overpowering them as they hit the ground running taking a double-digit lead after less than two minute off the clock. Jarvis's Tierra Sanders was the only basket Jarvis was able to score until the seventh minute. They got to 11 at the fifth minute, and they remained at 11 until the end of the quarter, when the Saints led 37-11. Kasey Saldana (JR/San Antonio, Texas) quickly scored her 13 points in just 10 minutes of play.
MIkki Flores took the Saints to a 30-plus lead at the ninth minute and Alexis Casillas (FR/Santa Ana, Calif.) gave the Saints the 55-15 lead. Jarvis closed out the half with a field goal to end the half at 64-22. The Saints missed by one the most points scored in a half with 64.
In the final half, the Saints relented to keep pushing toward a blowout as they closed out the game with the 107-49 win.
Destinee King (SR/Antelope, Calif.) closed out her stellar career as the all-time leader in defensive rebounds with 361, and she is second all-time in total rebounds with 529. Dezeree White (FR/Houston, Texas) led the offense with 16 points, while Kasey Saldana added 15, Lena Wilson (JR/Converse, Texas) scored 13, Mikki Flores (SR/San Antonio, Texas) had 12 and Jamia Miller (JR/Odessa, Texas) finished with 10. Everyone on the roster scored.
On the Jarvis side, Tamera Duncan scored 18 points for her team.
Inside the box
The Saints combined for 42-of-88 from the field for 47.7 percent, 11-of-25 from beyond the arc for 44.0 percent and 12-of-14 from the charity stripe for 85.7 percent. Jarvis was 17-of-51 shooting for 33.3 percent, 3-of-12 from the three-point line for 25.0 percent and 12-of-17 free throws for 70.6 percent. OLLU tallied 46 rebounds and Jarvis had 32. Additionally, the Saints forced 33 turnovers and committed 10.
OLLU will prepare for the conference tournament that begins on Thursday, Feb. 28. The Saints and LSU-Alexandria will have a first round bye and will play on Friday, March 1 at Texas A&M University – Texarkana.