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January 16, 2014
Earlham College Broadcast Sports

Women's Basketball 
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Earlham College women's basketball team faced the top team in
the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference on Wednesday night as the Quakers fell
101-66 at Transylvania University. 

Bria Sneed led the Quakers with 15 points, which gives her 1,026 in her career.
Sneed moved into 10th place on Earlham's scoring list as she passed Teresa Page
(1990-94), who has 1,019 points. 

Maya Luney, Lexi McFarland and Hannah Franklin finished with seven points each.
Franklin added three assists. 

Kasin Spay had six points and a team-high five rebounds. 

The Pioneers (13-1, 7-0) started the contest with a 10-3 lead by the 18:27 mark of
the first half. 

A basket by McFarland got the Quakers to within 12-9 at 15:55. 

Transylvania responded with a run to got on top 22-11 with 11:56 on the clock. 

Luney cut the deficit 22-15 with 10:41 remaining before halftime, the Pioneers
answered to build a 47-31 advantage by intermission. 

In the second half, Transylvania was able to maintain its distance as the Pioneers
won their 12th straight. 

Earlham (6-8, 2-5) is back in action on Saturday as the Quakers entertain Anderson
University. The HCAC contest on Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center
gets underway at 1 p.m. 

Men's Basketball 
RICHMOND, Ind. — The Earlham College men's basketball team dropped an 89-63
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference decision on Wednesday to Transylvania

Chris Holmes led the Quakers with 21 points in the contest on Schuckman Court in the
Athletics and Wellness Center. 

Jack O'Flaherty and Alonzo Genelin tossed in a dozen points apiece, while Michael
Parker and Phillip Boone finished with seven points each. Parker added five

Kirk Douglas led the Quakers with six rebounds. 

Earlham led 4-0 early after a dunk by Douglas at the 18:20 mark. 

However, the Pioneers (5-9, 3-4) had a answer with nine straight points to lead 9-4
at 15:05. 

Eventually, Transylvania would lead 19-10 with 11:39 left in the opening stanza. 

A rally for the Quakers put them on top after Genelin scored to make it 24-23 at 7:06. 

After Transylvania took the lead, Holmes scored to put the Quakers in front 26-25
with 6:26 on the clock. 

By halftime, the Pioneers but a run together to lead 42-32. 

In the second half, Earlham cut the deficit to 54-46 after Holmes hit a pair of free
throws with 13:40 remaining, but that was as close as the Quakers could get the rest
of the way. 

The Quakers (2-12, 1-6) are at home on Saturday against Anderson University. The
HCAC affair begins at 3 p.m. 

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