Even though the 2008-09 womens basketball season has come to an end for Lewis & Clark, the Pioneers are racking up post season honors with both Margaret Dowling and Christina Herring earning spots on the Northwest Conference Honorable Mention squad.
The 2008-09 womens basketball season came to an end for the Lewis & Clark Pioneers with a 80-72 loss to Northwest Conference foe Whitworth on Sunday afternoon. The Pioneers were led by Kim Kittell who finished the game with a team-high 18 points, while dishing out four assists and collecting one steal. The Pioneers finish their season with an overall record of 11-14 and 5-11 in the NWC.
The road was unkind to the Lewis & Clark womens basketball team who found themselves down by 19 points in the second
half of action against Whitman on Friday night, as the Missionaries rolled to a 67-54 victory in Northwest Conference action.
Kim Kittel (basketball) and Andrea Chase (volleyball) along with their lab partner display the findings of their molecular biology experiment in a poster session in Smith Hall. The poster session was open to all Lewis & Clark students, staff and faculty. In addition to the 4-week experiment and creation of the poster, Kim and Andrea also talked visitors through their experiment methodology, the results and the value of their findings as a result of their research.
The Lewis & Clark womens basketball team will play its final games of the 2008-09 season this weekend, taking on the Whitman Missionaries on Friday, February 20 at 6 p.m. in Walla Walla, Washington. The Pios season will end with a game against the Whitworth Pirates on Sunday, February 22 at 1 p.m. in Spokane, Washington.
Margaret Dowling and Christina Herring each scored 16 points to lead the Lewis & Clark womens basketball team to a 68-59 victory over Northwest Conference opponent Willamette on Saturday night. Dowling led all players in rebounds, grabbing 11 boards. The win gives the Pioneers their second consecutive win, improving their record to 11-12 overall and 5-9 in the NWC. Willamette falls to 4-16 on the season, 3-11 NWC.
The Lewis & Clark College womens basketball team closed out their 2008-09 home campaign in style, defeating Northwest Conference foe Linfield College 56-52. Prior to the start of the game the Pioneers honored lone senior Emily Deichsel for her for her dedication to the program for the last four seasons.
The Lewis & Clark womens basketball team gears up for its final home game of the 2008-09 season taking on the Linfield Wildcats on Friday, February 13 at 6 p.m. in the Pamplin Sports Center. Following the Linfield game, the Pioneers will hit the road for a Northwest Conference match up with Willamette College in Salem.
The Lewis & Clark Pioneer women's basketball team dropped a heartbreaker on the road to Northwest Conference and in-state opponent Pacific (Ore.) on Saturday night in Forest Grove. The Pioneers, who held the lead heading into halftime, fell to the Boxers by the final score 80-70. Christina Herring led the Pioneers in points netting 17 points, while teammate Margaret Dowling recorded a double-double scoring 12 points and grabbing 11 boards.
The Lewis & Clark womens basketball team dropped its road contest to Northwest Conference leader George Fox on Friday night, losing by the final score of 78-56. The Pioneers fall to 9-11 on the season and 3-8 in league play, while the Bruins improve to a perfect 20-0 overall and 11-0 in the NWC.
In celebration of the 23rd Annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, which was held February 4, the Lewis & Clark women's basketball team and the Pioneer Athletics Club have teamed up to sponsor "Bring a Girl to the Game Night" Friday, February 13th. Tip off is set for 6:00pm when the Pioneers host the Linfield Wildcats.
Five games on the road and one at home will bring the Lewis & Clark College womens basketball teams season to a close, beginning with two matches this weekend, starting with No. 7 George Fox on Friday and then Pacific (Ore.) on Saturday. The Pioneers will look to move their way up the Northwest Conference (NWC) standings in their quest for a postseason birth.
The Pioneer women were edged by the Pacific Lutheran Lutes 56-41 on Saturday, January 31 at Pamplin Sports Center. The Pioneers were led by Kelly Vega (jr., Beaverton, Ore.) with 10 points, going 2-3 from the floor and 6-8 from the line.
The Pioneer women fell to the Puget Sound Loggers 58-47 Friday night, January 30, at Pamplin Sports Center. The Pioneers were led by Christina Herring (so., San Dimas, Calif.), who scored 11 second half points to guide the Pioneer comeback attempt. Herring finished with 16 points and three assists.
The Pioneer women stole the show on Saturday afternoon as they defeated the Whitman Missionaries 52-49 at the annual Pac(k) Pamplin event. Talerra Rich led the Pioneers with an impressive 8-12 shooting, scoring 20 points and grabbing nine rebounds.
The Pioneer women fell to the Whitworth Pirates 65-61 in the final minute of play on Friday, January 23, at Pamplin Sports Center. Margaret Dowling led the Pioneers with 15 points and a game high 10 rebounds.
The Pioneer women earned their second conference victory on Saturday, January 17, as they defeated the Willamette Bearcats at home to advance to 2-4 in conference play and 8-7 overall. The Pioneers were led by Kim Kittell (jr., Tillamook, Ore.) with 18 points.
The Pioneer women suffered a heart-wrenching conference loss to the Linfield Wildcats, 63-59 on Friday night, January 16, in McMinnville, Ore. Margaret Dowling led the Pioneers with a double-double, scoring 15 points and grabbing 16 rebounds.
The Pioneer women earned their first conference victory over the Pacific Boxers 62-56 in overtime on Saturday night, January 10, at Pamplin Sports Center. Margaret Dowling led the Pioneers, earning a double-double with 17 points and an impressive 19 rebounds.
The Pioneer women fell 39-59 to the first place George Fox Bruins in a conference game on Friday night, January 9, at Pamplin Sports Center. Christina Herring (so., San Dimas, Calif.) led the Pioneers with 10 points.
The Lutes edged the Pioneers 64-52 in the second game of their back-to-back conference opening weekend in Tacoma, Washington on Saturday, January 3. Megan Spence led all scorers in the game with 17 points, nine of which came from beyond the arc.
The Pioneer women fell to the Puget Sound Loggers, 47-64 on Friday night, January 2, in their first conference game of the season in Tacoma, Wash. The Pioneers were led by point guard Kim Kittell with 12 points and five assists.
The Pioneer women's basketball team rolled past La Sierra University on Sunday, December 21, 63-36, in a non-conference game in Riverside, California. The Pioneers have extended their winning streak to six games, improving to 6-3 overall.
The Pioneer women stretched their winning streak to five on Saturday afternoon, December 20, when they defeated the Cal Lutheran Regals in a non-conference game 72-62. Kim Kittell led the Pioneers with 25 points, seven steals, six rebounds and five assists.
Laura Snider 08, former Pioneer womens basketball player (2003-07) returns to Lewis & Clark College in a new role. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree this past May, Laura was recently hired on an interim basis as Coordinator of Student Leadership and Service for the Center for Career and Community Engagement.
The Pioneer womens basketball team defeated the Cal State East Bay Pioneers on Saturday night, December 6, 82-73 (boxscore) in the final game of the Pioneer Classic in Hayward, California. The victory continued the Pioneers on their four-game winning streak, now 4-3 overall. Christina Herring led the Pioneers with 18 points.
The Pioneer women took care of business on Friday night, December 5, as they edged the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs in overtime, 62-58 (boxscore), during the Pioneer Classic at Cal State East Bay. Kim Kittell led the Pioneers for the second game in a row with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
The Pioneer women topped the NAIA Division II Warner Pacific Knights on Tuesday, December 2, 63-51. Kim Kittell led the Pioneers with 17 points and five assists. Margaret Dowling added a double-double, grabbing 14 rebounds and adding 10 points.
The Pioneer womens basketball team knocked off the Carleton Knights, 62-58 on Wednesday, November 26, at Pamplin Sports Center in their first NCAA Division III matchup of the season. Kelly Vega led the Pioneers with 16 points.