BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Led by sophomore Breanne DeBaets with a career-high 24 points, the Birmingham-Southern women's basketball team rolled past Agnes Scott College, 76-36, Tuesday evening in Bill Battle Coliseum.
The Panthers move to 4-2, while the Scotties fall to 1-3.
After leading 4-2 early in the game, Agnes Scott hit a scoring drought, with BSC scoring nine straight to pull up 11-4 and continuing to build the lead up to a 46-20 advantage at the half. The second half was more of the same, with BSC expanding its lead to 40 by the final buzzer.
DeBaets shot 10-17 from the field for her career-high performance, while senior Kayla Ford led on the boards with 12 rebounds. Sophomore Laura Van Peursem led with four steals and two blocks. Freshman Alexandra Allers was also in double digits with 10 points.
BSC out-rebounded ASC 58-39 while committing 18 turnovers, 11 fewer than the Scotties.
The Panthers take a break for final exams before returning to action next Friday, Dec. 12, hosting LaGrange at 6 p.m. in Bill Battle Coliseum.