The St. Thomas women’s basketball team saw its season come to a close with a 87-78 loss to Wis.-Whitewater Saturday.
The Tommies overcame poor outside shooting with a dominant defensive performance to advance past the Loras College (19-9) Duhawks.
The No. 15-ranked St. Thomas women’s basketball team will face Loras College (Iowa) Friday, March 7, in Schoenecker Arena.
Senior leadership led the No. 15-ranked St. Thomas women’s basketball team past St. Mary’s University 71-58.
Forward Elaine Warner’s 18 points and 7 rebounds helped ignite the No. 15-ranked women’s basketball team to a 71-56 victory over Concordia.
Forward Taylor Young contributed 15 points in the win and said it was tough to play a team for the third time in one season.
The St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Concordia, while the men’s hockey team took on Gustavus.
Forward Taylor Young’s 19 points and center Maggie Weiers’ 12 propelled the No. 16-ranked St. Thomas over Hamline.
The Tommies will use a combination of experience and center Maggie Weiers’ return from an injury to avenge last year’s NCAA Sweet 16-round loss.