WolfPack women are 10-6 with 13 games to play

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After a disappointing 2010-11 season, the WolfPack women’s basketball team came out with a strong first half of play this season. The WolfPack stand 10-6 over- all and only one loss in conference play, which was Jan. 21 against Rock Valley.

One area the team may need to improve in is in shooting the ball. Despite outscoring their opponents total points, they have a lower shooting percentage than their opponents. Going into Jan. 21, the team trailed opponents in field goals 36.3 to 38.3.

Despite success early on this season, the annual WolfPack trip to Arizona didn’t end up favorably for the women. The team lost all three games, losing to Glendale Community College, Phoenix College and Mesa Community College.

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The team’s top scorer is Kinsey Mace who, in thirteen games and eleven starts has scored 204 points this season, averaging 15.7 points per game.

Kinsey is 73 for 169 in field goal attempts with an average of 43.2 percent. She is averaging 36.6 percent in three-point field goal percentage. And at the line she is 43 of 58 giving her an average of 74.1 percent. Other scoring leaders on the team are Theresa Elskamp with 172 points in 15 games and 14 starts. Theresa averages 11.5 points per game.

The WolfPack have 13 games remaining this season. In those 13 games, the team has 10 against N4C opponents. They have four games remaining against Triton and Harper College who are a combined 2-22.