WBB: Whittier vs. Redlands (By the Numbers)

WBB: Whittier vs. Redlands (By the Numbers)

WHITTIER, Calif. – The Whittier College Women's Basketball team after suffering their first loss on the season looks to bounce back this Wednesday, December 5 as they host the University of Redlands beginning at 7:00pm. 

Game Details

Whittier College vs. University of Redlands
Wednesday, December 5 – 7:00pm
Graham Athletic Center (13847 Earlham Drive, Whittier, CA 90602) (Directions)

Live Coverage

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WC Coming into the Game

Whittier suffered their first loss of the season this past week falling to Cal Lutheran University 61-58.  They are now 4-1, 1-1 SCIAC and currently sit 4th in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Standings.   

UR Coming into the Game

The Bulldogs are currently on a four game losing skid with two of the losses coming in overtime to Elmhurst and Pomona-Pitzer.  They are 2-4, 0-2 SCIAC and are coming off a tight loss to the University of La Verne (72-63).   

Head to Head (Past Five Years)

Over the past five years Redlands owns the head to head advantage at 7-3.  The last time the Purple & Gold beat the Bulldogs was back in 2017 when they pulled out a 76-70 OT victory at home.       

2017-18 (0-2) | 2016-17 (1-1) |2015-16 (0-2) |2014-15 (2-0) |2013-14 (0-2)

By the Numbers

Whittier – Despite putting up low numbers offensively, only 60.2 points per game, the Poets are efficient with a 39% field goal percentage, a 25% three-point percentage and a 72% clip from the free throw line.  They have a 2.8 rebounding margin and average 8.8 steals per game and 3.4 blocks.  They hold opponents to a conference low 51.4 points per game and a 32% field goal percentage.     

Redlands – The Bulldogs are averaging 70.7 points per game and shooting 41% from the field, 37% from the three-point line and 66% from the free throw line.  They bring in 43.7 rebounds per game and dish out 12.7 assists.  They are holding opponents to 70 points a game and a 38% field goal percentage and a 35% clip from behind the arc.  They pick up 6.5 steals per game and collect 3.3 blocks and have a 2.0 rebounding margin.    

2018-19 WC Impact Players

PG – Teani White (62 Points, 12.4 PPG, 46.3% Shooting, 80% Free Throw Line, 33 Rebounds, 12 Steals)

G – Cali Cubel (76 Points, 15.2 PPG, 51% Shooting, 83% Free Throw Line, 10 Assists, 12 Steals)

G – Laura Stroud (32 Points, 6.4 PPG, 39% Shooting, 41 Rebounds, 14 Assists, 7 Steals)

G -  Zaria Branch (23 Points, 4.6 PPG, 39% Shooting, 20 Rebounds)

F – Monica Hanna (41 Points, 8.2 PPG, 35.3% Shooting, 20 Rebounds, 6 Blocks)

2018-19 UR Impact Players

G – Cassandra Lacey (119 Points, 19.8 PPG, 45.7% Shooting, 43 Rebounds, 19 Assists, 8 Steals, 3 Blocks)

G/F – Alyssa Downs (98 Points, 16.3 PPG, 39% Shooting, 47% 3-Point Shooting, 17 Rebounds, 8 Assists)

F – Camille Mosley (49 Points, 8.2 PPG, 46% Shooting, 42 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 5 Blocks)

G – Alyssa Lee (48 Points, 8.0 PPG, 44.7% Shooting, 42.9% 3-Point Shooting, 21 Rebounds, 15 Assists, 6 Steals)

G/F – Kellis Dack (44 Points, 7.3 PPG, 42.6% Shooting, 36 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 4 Steals)

Probable Starters

Whittier – No. 0 Teani White (So. - Burbank, Calif.), No. 4 Cali Cubel (Jr. - Oceanside, Calif.), No. 20 Laura Stroud (So. - Ann Arbor, MI), No. 22 Mia Maglinte (Sr. - Roseville, Calif.), No. 23 Monica Hanna (Sr. - Bellflower, Calif.)

Redlands – No. 3 Alyssa Lee (So. – Monterey Park, Calif.), No. 4 Jordan Smith (Fr. – Tustin, Calif.), No. 13 Miya Ishii-Bleeker (So. – Los Angeles, Calif.), No. 21 Camille Mosley (So. – Riverside, Calif.), No. 25 Kellis Dack (So. – Vancouver, WA)