Clarksville, Ark.-McMurry pulled off an upset with a 64-64 win over the Lady Eagles (2-3, 0-0).
A poor shooting night by the Lady Eagles resulted in a surprising two-point loss for Ozarks. The Lady Eagles shot just 33 percent from the field and 36 percent from the free throw line in the game. However, the Lady Eagles still held a 31-21 lead at intermission. "This is a game that slipped away from us," said head coach Jack Jones. "These are the ballgames that you have to win at home. It’s a little bit frustrating, but primarily we want to learn from our mistakes and try to correct those situations. Our free throw shooting is an eyesore and that’s something we will have to improve on." Junior forward Jenna Corbell led the Lady Eagles with 15 points and 14 rebounds. Freshman post Mandi Carter had 11 points and ten rebounds. Junior guard Jamie Johnson had 12 points off the bench, including three three-pointers. The Lady Eagles will play Mary Hardin Baylor on December 5 in Belton, Texas and Concordia University on December 7 in Austin, Texas.