DES MOINES, Iowa – Playing their first game away from home in nearly three weeks, the Ashford women's basketball team continued to roll on Wednesday night, picking up a 75-61 win over the Eagles of AIB College of Business.
Junior Kailai Brantner finished with 11 assists, setting the program record for helpers in a single game. The Henderson, Nev.-native surpassed the previous mark of 10 assists in a game, last matched by Jordan Davis back on Jan. 31, 2008 against William Penn.
CLINTON – A balanced scoring attack and dominant second half defensive performance propelled the Ashford women's basketball team to their sixth straight win and 12th victory in their last 13 games on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Brittany Cross had a game-high 15 points while Sarah Vozel (11), Madison Wagner (10) and Kailai Brantner (10) also reached double-figures for the Saints. Ashford held the Crusaders to only 25 percent (6-of-24) shooting in the second half, improving to 16-5 with the win.
CLINTON – On a night where baskets were hard to come by, the Ashford women's basketball team was able to rely on a suffocating defense to overcome a six-point halftime deficit and reach a milestone the program hasn't hit in 13 years.
Senior Madison Wagner finished with 13 points while Sarah Vozel picked up her seventh double-double of the year with 13 points and 14 rebounds. But it was the Ashford defense that made the difference, holding Grand View University to four second half field goals in a 58-46 AU win.
CLINTON – Senior guard Quinn Rear became the fifth player in program history to record 1,000 career points on Sunday afternoon, scoring a game-high 18 points in an 81-62 Ashford win over Silver Lake College (Wis.).
CLINTON – Using a smothering defense and ferocity on the glass, the Ashford University women's basketball team picked up their third consecutive win on Saturday afternoon with a 70-50 win over rival St. Ambrose University.