Findlay Heads to Hillsdale

Findlay Heads to Hillsdale

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The University of Findlay women's basketball team will be on the road for a Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) contest against Hillsdale College on Feb. 9. The game is scheduled to tip at 1pm in Hillsdale, Mich.

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Series Information

The Oilers hold a 23-22 advantage in the all-time series against Hillsdale dating back to the 1985-86 campaign when Findlay came away with a 74-47 victory.

The Oilers claimed a 69-64 win over the Chargers earlier this season on Jan. 19 in the Croy Physical Education Center. The Oilers led 57-46 with one minute to play in the third quarter before the Chargers went on a 15-3 run to take a 61-60 lead with just over four minutes remaining in the game. The Oilers then regained the lead down the stretch at the free throw line to secure the victory.

The Oilers only shot 39.1 percent (25-of-64) from the floor, but held a 13-2 advantage in fast break points during the game. The Chargers meanwhile made 42.6 percent (26-of-61) of their shot attempts, but turned the ball over 15 times.

Senior guard Elissa Ellerbrock led the way with 14 points while senior guard Allie Thobe had 12 points, eight rebounds, five assists and two steals. Her eight rebounds tied her career-high.

Senior forward Anna Hintz finished with eight points and eight rebounds while senior guard Jenna Stegmaier had nine points and four boards.

Findlay (15-5, 11-4 G-MAC)

Coming down the home stretch of conference play, the Oilers are in position to at least host a first round tournament game as they currently sit in fourth in the league, just a half game out of second place. Findlay has won five of their previous six games including a sweep last week as they knocked off the then G-MAC leader, Cedarville, and later defeated Tiffin.

Last week Anna Hintz averaged 23 ppg, 10.5 reb, and 2.5 assists to increase her league lead in both scoring and rebounding. On the year, Hintz is scoring 18.8 ppg and grabbing 8.9 boards per game, both tops in the conference. She is also making Findlay history as she has worked her way into fifth all-time at Findlay in scoring with 1,344 points and is already second all-time at Findlay with 793 rebounds. She is also just one block away from reaching 100 for her career.

Elissa Ellerbrock is also making her presence felt, scoring 11.3 ppg this season while grabbing 4.8 rebounds and dishing out 2.6 assists. She had arguably her best games of the season this past week as she scored 16 points against Cedarville and 19 against Tiffin while shooting 64% from the field. In those games she grabbed four and eight rebounds, respectively.


Hillsdale (10-11, 8-7 G-MAC)

The Chargers are coming off of a 72-66 win over Cedarville on Feb. 2 and have won two straight games, which comes on the heels of a four-game losing streak. They are putting up 70.6 points per game and limit their opponents to a mere 39.7 percent shooting clip.

Senior Allie Dewire leads the team and is averaging 14.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.3 steals per game.

Senior Brittany Gray is right behind her in the scoring column at 13.0 points per game while senior Makenna Ott is also averaging in double figures at 12.5 points per outing. Gray is also grabbing 6.2 rebounds per contest while Ott leads the team with 7.2 boards per game.


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