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January 12, 2014
Earlham College Broadcast Sports

Women's Basketball 
CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Earlham College women's basketball team had a dozen players
score on Saturday as the Quakers beat the College of Mount St. Joseph 92-64. 

"I was extremely proud of the intensity at both ends of the floor from the start of
the game to the end," Earlham Head Coach Melissa Johnson said. "Our defensive
pressure had a huge impact on their ability to get into an offensive rhythm. It was
a complete team victory and each player contributed to this win." 

Kasin Spay led the Quakers with 25 points, while Bria Sneed added 13 points and a
team-high six assists in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest. 

With her point total, Sneed became the 11th player in Earlham history to reach 1,000
in her career. 

"I am very excited for Bria to each such a big milestone in her career," Johnson
said. "She is one of the most competive players I have ever coached." 

"She is determined to leave her mark on the program and help elevate our team to the
next level," Johnson continued. "While Bria is a great scorer, she is working to get
her teammates more involved as evidenced by her six assists." 

Sneed now has 1,011 points and is just eight away from Teresa Page (1990-94) for
10th place. 

In addition to Spay and Sneed, Shania Feathers also reached double digits for the
Quakers on Saturday with 10 points. 

Kiara Scott added eight points and three steals. JaLissa Watt finished with seven
points and eight rebounds. 

The Quakers jumped out to an 18-6 advantage when Sneed scored at 14:18 of the first

The Lions (1-12, 1-5) fought back and closed the gap to 28-22 with 7:39 left before

When Maya Luney hit a pair of free throws to put the Quakers on top 33-22 at 6:09.
By the intermission, Earlham led 42-37. 

In the second half, the Lions scored the first basket to make it 42-40 before the
Quakers went on a run that ended with a basket by Sneed at the 15:51 mark. 

Earlham led 52-42 and the Quakers were able to put the game away from that point. 

The Quakers (6-7, 2-4) travel to Transylvania University on Wednesday. The HCAC game
gets underway at 7:30 p.m. 

Men's Basketball 
CINCINNATI, Ohio — A second half run by the College of Mount St. Joseph proved to be
the difference on Saturday as the Lions defeated the Earlham College men's
basketball team 81-72. 

Phillip Boone hit a pair of free throws to give the Quakers a 52-51 lead with 8:31
remaining in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference affair. 

After that moment, the Lions went on a 16-2 run to go in front 67-54 by the 4:12
mark of the second half. Mount St. Joseph (8-4, 5-1) was able to maintain its edge
the rest of the way. 

Michael Parker led Earlham with 17 points, while Chris Holmes recorded his first
double-double for the Quakers with 15 points and 13 rebounds. 

Kirk Douglas finished with 14 points. 

Mount St. Joseph opened the contest with an 18-9 lead at 14:12 of the first period.
The Quakers battled back to make it 18-14 on a basket by Holmes with 11:44 on the

The Lions led 38-28 by halftime. 

In the second half, the Quakers eventually tied the game at 47-47 when Douglas
scored with 10:36 left to set the stage for the critical run by the Lions. 

Earlham (2-11, 1-5) entertains Transylvania University on Wednesday. The HCAC
contest on Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center starts at 7:30 p.m. 

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