#SummitWBB Scoreboard (Nov. 25)

IUPUI's Nevena Markovic (photo by Inertia Sports Media)
IUPUI's Nevena Markovic (photo by Inertia Sports Media)

Notes:
-- In its win over Kansas City, Western Illinois set a new program record with 1,443 fans in attendance.
-- IUPUI's Shaquira Scott scored a career-high 24 points in the win over SIU Edwardsville. 

Western Illinois 71, Kansas City 48 | Recap
MACOMB, Ill. (goleathernecks.com) -- Four Leathernecks scored in double figures Tuesday as Western Illinois defeated the Kangaroos of UMKC by a final of 71-48. The 23-point victory was seen in front of 1,443 people, a new home attendance record for the women's basketball program. More than 1,000 grade school students were watching inside Western Hall as part of 'Elementary Day', in which the game time was a scheduled 11 a.m. tipoff.

Coastal Carolina 90, Fort Wayne 63 | Recap
CONWAY, S.C. (gomastodons.com) -- It was a tough end to a road trip for the IPFW women's basketball team, falling to Coastal Carolina 90-63.
 


Haley Seibert led the Mastodons with 15 points, including shooing a perfect 8-for-8 at the free throw line. Rachel Rinehart joined Seibert in double-digits with 11 points and added pair of steals. Kamilah Carter went for double figures for the first time this season, scoring 10 points. KeShyra McCarver added nine points to go along with a team-high five rebounds.

IUPUI 87, SIU Edwardsville 76 | Recap
INDIANAPOLIS (iupuijags.com) -- Shaquira Scott scored a career-high 24 points leading the IUPUI women's basketball team to a 87-76 win over SIU-Edwardsville Tuesday evening at The Jungle.

Scott went 7-of-8 from the floor and 10-of-12 from the line en route to her 24 points, while Nevena Markovic and Kelsi Byrd also scored in double figures with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Colorado 77, Denver 49 | Recap
DENVER (denverpioneers.com) -- The University of Denver women's basketball team fell 77-49 to the University of Colorado on Tuesday night at Magness Arena. Denver (0-3) is now 2-8 all-time against Colorado (3-1).

The Pioneers struggled to knock down shots, shooting 28 percent from the field for the game. Junior guard Paige Bradley led the Pioneers with 15 points, three rebounds and two assists.