-- Western Illinois' Ashley Luke has scored in double figures in 50-straight games.
-- Fort Wayne's Keanna Gary (23 points) and Kamilah Carter (20 points) both scored career-highs in points in the win over Trine.
-- IPFW's Kamilah Carter shot 90 percent from the field, second-best in program history
-- Fort Wayne tallied a season-high 99 points in the win.
Fort Wayne 99, Trine 61 | Recap
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (gomastodons.com) -- In its final tune-up before beginning Summit League play, the IPFW women's basketball team scored a season-high in its 99-61 win over Trine. The Mastodons head into league play with a 6-7 record.
Six IPFW players finished the night in double figures, led by a career-high 23 points from Keanna Gary on 11-of-14 shooting. Additionally, Gary swatted away a career best three blocks. Kamilah Carter also scored a career-high with 20 points on 9-of-10 shooting. Carter's 90 percent shooting is tied for second best in program history, with a minimum of 10 attempts.
Haley Seibert went for 12 points and three assists. Allyson Bunch came off the bench for the Mastodons to score 11 points, while Courtney Ogle and Brett Green each added 10 points. Rachel Rinehart dished out a career-high eight assists while Hillary Moore tied a career-high with 11 rebounds.
Western Illinois 79, Milwaukee 59 | Recap
MACOMB, Ill. (goleathernecks.com) -- Senior Tori Niemann notched her second career double-double Tuesday (Dec. 30) evening as the Leathernecks closed out 2014 in style with a 79-59 victory over Milwaukee inside Western Hall. The Leathernecks finish the non-conference portion of its schedule with an 8-5 record while Milwaukee, short-handed with just eight players, fell to 4-8.
Northern Kentucky 57, IUPUI 43 | Recap
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (iupuijags.com) -- With Summit League play beginning on Sunday, the IUPUI women's basketball team looked to enter conference action on a three-game winning streak but 27 percent shooting from the floor and 20 turnovers resulted in a 57-43 loss to Northern Kentucky Tuesday evening at the Bank of Kentucky Center.
IUPUI (5-8) did their part on defense holding NKU (8-5) to just 33 percent shooting, but the Jags 20 turnovers helped Northern Kentucky outscore the Jaguars 19-4 in points off turnovers. Additionally, the Jags had just one assist on 15 made field goals compared to eight for the Norse on 18 made shots.