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Pilots Flight Report: Woman's Basketball November 15-17

Wednesday, November 21, 2018


Pilots Flight Report: Women’s Basketball

This past weekend was the longest road trip of the Pilots season. They played 3 games in 3 cities in 3 days. A trip like this is designed to simulate a playoff run which can be up to 3 games in as short a time. The Pilots returned home splitting results for both the men and women's team. 

Game #1
GAME: Providence Pilots (2-7) vs. Faith Baptist Bible College Eagles (1-0)
SCORE: Win 55-39
DATE: November 15, 2018
LOCATION: Ankeny, Iowa

Katelin Thiessen 12 Pts, 5 Stl, 5 Reb
Taylor Goodbrandson 16 Pts, 3 Stl, 4 Ast

Game #2
GAME: Providence Pilots (3-7) vs. Central Christian College of the Bible Saints (0-6)
SCORE: Win 68-45
DATE: November 16, 2018
LOCATION: Moberly, Missouri

Katelin Thiessen 15 Pts, 2 Ast, 6 Reb
Natalya Reimer 11 Pts, 2 Reb, 1 Ast

Game #3
GAME: Providence Pilots (4-7) vs. Calvary University Warriors (1-1)
SCORE: Loss 80-55
DATE: November 17, 2018
LOCATION: Kansas City, Missouri

Katelin Thiessen 19 Pts, 11 Reb, 5 Ast, 4 Stl
Joanne Schwarz 8 Pts, 2 Ast, 2 Stl, 4 Reb

“I have been very happy with the progression which my team has made over our season thus far. Obviously there is much left to learn, but we are headed in the right direction. This weekend proved to be challenging in many ways. Road games are always difficult, especially in the states where school spirit means something completely different then it does in Canada. All three games were played over 10 hours from home, so your always dealing with bus legs, hotel beds and the struggle of finding healthy fuel. The team competed well in all three games while battling a variety of adversities. Unfortunately we ran out of mental stamina with about a quarter and a half left in our final game. I am extremely proud of our level of compete and I expect the work we put in this week to reflect what we learned about ourselves on this trip.”

“This weekend the team faced several adversities but was able to play high intensity basketball in all three games. Although a loss occurred in the final game, the caliber of play had a notable increase since previous weekends. Hopefully this is an accurate projection of the teams growth for this year; growing each week as well as learning from mistakes.” Catherine Ross 1st year forward

NEXT UP: Providence Pilots vs. Northland College
DATE: November 23, 2018
LOCATION: Otterburne, MB

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