EUREKA — Eureka College women’s basketball coach Amos Arbogast announced the addition of three incoming freshmen on Wednesday. Lauren Ausmus (Goodfield, Ill./Eureka), Whitney Bozarth (Normal, Ill./Normal West) and Jadyn Mitchell (Flanagan, Ill./Flanagan-Cornell) will soon join the program and have four years of eligibility at EC.
EUREKA — Samantha Sarnes (Havana, Ill./Havana) tallied a team-high 17 points in her final game as a Red Devil, and the Eureka women closed the 2018-2019 campaign with a 67-63 victory over Iowa Wesleyan Saturday afternoon at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena.
EUREKA — The 2018-2019 campaign is coming to a close on Saturday, and the Eureka women have one last chance to defend their home court. The Red Devils will host Iowa Wesleyan in their St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference season finale at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center at 1 p.m.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill. — The Eureka women have one more road challenge left on their schedule before they come home for senior day on Saturday. The Red Devils can complete a season sweep over MacMurray in Highlander territory Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
EUREKA – The Eureka College women have had their share of fast starts lately. But that wasn’t the case here on Monday night. With St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference leader Greenville on its floor, the Red Devils fell into an early hole that they never quite escaped.
EUREKA — This challenge couldn’t come at a better time in the season for the Eureka women. St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference leader Greenville is heading to Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena precisely when the Red Devils have been playing their best ball of the year.
EUREKA – Fontbonne came to Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena Saturday, and the Eureka women didn’t let that end their win streak. After getting off to a red-hot start and building a sizable lead in the first half, the Red Devils withstood a comeback push from the Griffins in the second to pick up their fourth straight win.
EUREKA — Last weekend, the Eureka women delivered a big win for their home crowd. The Red Devils are aiming to do it again on Saturday at 1 p.m. when they host Fontbonne in a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference clash inside Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center.
EUREKA — With one of the top teams in the SLIAC in town, the Eureka women delivered the kind of performance coach Amos Arbogast knew his team was capable of. The Red Devils grabbed an early lead, rose to the challenge of Webster's pressure and grinded out a 77-72 win over the Gorloks at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center Saturday afternoon. The win was EC's first over a top-four team this season.
On Saturday, the Eureka women will look to snag their second conference win in three days.The Red Devils host Webster at 1 p.m. inside Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action.
The Eureka women can extend their winning streak against Blackburn to 16 games with another victory over the Beavers on Thursday. The Red Devils will host their St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic foes at 5:30 p.m. inside Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center.
FULTON, Mo. – Samantha Sarnes (Havana, Ill./Havana) dropped a career-high 29 points and the Eureka women kept it competitive until near the end, but the Red Devils couldn’t get enough rebounds or stops to pull off the upset over Westminster.
FULTON, Mo. — The Eureka women’s three-game win streak came to an end Wednesday night. Saturday’s road trip offers the Red Devils a chance to bounce back against a Westminster team that only edged them by five last month.
EUREKA — On Wednesday, the Eureka women have a chance to avenge a tough conference loss from the first half of the season. The Red Devils will host Spalding at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena and Convocation Center at 5:30 p.m.
SPRINGFIELD – It took time for it to materialize, but with persistence and urgency, the Eureka College women turned a slow start into a 32-point road win over Robert Morris-Springfield. The Red Devils held the Eagles to single digits in every quarter except for the second en route to a 66-34 non-conference victory Sunday afternoon at the Salvation Army Gymnasium.
SPRINGFIELD — Once the winter storm passes, the Eureka women will resume their season with a non-conference battle against Robert Morris-Springfield on Sunday at 2 p.m. The Red Devils already took care of the Eagles once this season. Another victory would make them .500.
For the first three quarters, the Eureka women's offense was hit-or-miss. But in the final 10 minutes, the Red Devils found their rhythm and pulled away from Iowa Wesleyan for a 73-56 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win on the road.
The Eureka women have claimed three straight home wins, but they haven’t won on the road since Dec. 15 at Blackburn. The Red Devils are looking to change that in a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contest at Iowa Wesleyan Wednesday at 5 p.m.
EUREKA — Dave Darnall Court has been kind to Ashley Harfst and the Eureka College women lately.
On Sunday evening, the Red Devils seized their third consecutive home win, besting MacMurray 75-61 in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena.
The Eureka women will vie for their third consecutive home victory on Sunday, when MacMurray comes to town for a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference clash at 5 p.m. inside Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena.