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SIUE Women's Basketball Faces Evansville Wednesday

vs. Evansville
vs. Evansville
Live Stats: SIUEstats.com
Live Video: ESPN+
Live Radio: WSIE FM 88.7 (Brad Barnes)
 
ABOUT TODAY'S OPPONENT
• Abby Feit is the team's leading scorer with 21.0 points per game.
• Feit also is the team's top rebounder at 12.0 caroms per game.
• This is the second Ohio Valley Conference opponent this season. Southeast Missouri defeated Evansville 83-60 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, this past Sunday.
 
LAST TIME OUT
• SIUE took its second loss to start the season in a 103-67 defeat to SIU Carbondale.
 
OPENING TIP
Bria Stallworth turned in a solid offensive performance in her debut with the Cougars. She scored 14 points and grabbed five rebounds against Quincy and was tied for the team lead in scoring with 12 against SIU Carbondale.
Mikayla Kinnard scored 12 points off the bench, tying Stallworth for the team best against SIU Carbondale.
Allie Troeckler leads the team and the Ohio Valley Conference in blocks with five.
Christen King is No. 4 in the OVC in free throw percentage at 87.5 percent (7-8).
Ajulu Thatha is the team's leading rebounder at 7.0 rebounds per game.
• Troeckler recorded her first double-digit scoring effort of the season against SIU Carbondale with 10 points. She leads the team in career double-digit scoring with 16 games.
• Stallworth and Mikia Keith are tied for the team lead in three-pointers made with two each.
• Stallworth is among the national leaders in field goal percentage at 50 percent (12-24).
• Troeckler is the team leader on the offensive glass with six rebounds.
• Keith is tops on the team in assists with four.
• The Cougars are No. 2 in the OVC in free throw attempts with 75.
• SIUE had one change on the sidelines and one addition. Jasmine James takes over as the Director of Operations. Jay'nee Alston turns in her game jersey for a clipboard as a graduate assistant manager.
 
NEXT UP
• SIUE's first road contest is Sunday at Nebraska. Stallworth previously played for the Cornhuskers during the 2017-18 season.