Clarksville, Ark.- The Lady Eagles put on a dominating performance in a 74-50 American Southwest Conference win over LeTourneau University Thursday night.
Ozarks (7-16, 5-13 ASC) held the YellowJackets to a 26 percent shooting clip and all ten Lady Eagles players scored. Ozarks hit five three-pointers in the first half, two each by April Young and Ally Goddard, and another by Ashley Teague. Goddard’s second trey of the game gave Ozarks a 35-23 lead with less than two minutes in the half. LeTourneau (4-20, 4-15 ASC) struggled the entire game from the field, especially in the first half when it hit just 6-of-31 (19.4%).
Ozarks, which never lost the lead, had a 48-27 advantage five minutes into the second half. The Lady Eagles continued to roll, hitting six more from long-range to help capture their second straight win. Ozarks pushed their lead to 63-32 on a Sabrina Goddard inside basket with 10:56 remaining.
Young finished with 16 points. Sabrina Goddard had 13 points and 11 rebounds. Chelsea Glasscock added 11 points and four steals.
Ozarks will end the season against East Texas Baptist University this Saturday. Senior Savannah Carter will be honored following the game as part of “Senior Day.”