2006-07 Women's Basketball News

  • Guilford Downs Randoph-Macon W.C., 61-41
    February 16, 2007
    Guilford Downs Randoph-Macon W.C., 61-41 Freshman Ann Seufer scored a game-high 15 points in Guilford College's 61-41 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) basketball win over visiting Randolph-Macon Woman's College Friday night. Seufer drained five three-pointers and set the Quakers' standard for trifectas in a season with 58.
  • Croner Nets 28 in Guilford W. Hoops Win at Emory & Henry
    February 13, 2007
    Croner Nets 28 in Guilford W. Hoops Win at Emory & Henry Sophomore Tracey Croner scored a career-high 28 points in Guilford's 81-78 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) win at Emory & Henry Tuesday night. The Quakers' second win in three games improves their record to 9-15 overall, 8-11 in the ODAC. The Wasps fall to 8-16 (4-12 ODAC).
  • Guilford Women Down Washington and Lee, 72-66, in Overtime
    February 06, 2007
    Guilford Women Down Washington and Lee, 72-66, in Overtime Guilford snapped Washington and Lee's school-record seven-game winning streak with a 72-66 overtime victory in ODAC women's basketball action on Tuesday evening at the Warner Center. The win gives Guilford a split of the season series and ends the Quakers' eight-game losing streak.
  • Eastern Mennonite Claims 78-66 ODAC Women's Hoops Win At Guilford
    February 03, 2007
    Eastern Mennonite Claims 78-66 ODAC Women's Hoops Win At Guilford Carolyn Riley scored a game-high 22 points and Jolene Kratz added 16 points in Eastern Mennonite's 78-66 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) basketball win at Guilford Saturday afternoon. The Royals (15-5, 13-3 ODAC) gained a sweep of the season series between the two schools with their sixth straight win. Guilford drops to 7-14 (6-10 ODAC) with its eighth loss in a row.
  • Guilford Women's Basketball Lose to Bridgewater, 61-41
    February 02, 2007
    Guilford Women's Basketball Lose to Bridgewater, 61-41 Three different Eagles scored in double figures as Bridgewater handed the Quakers a 61-41 loss in Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) action Friday evening. The Eagles (15-5, 12-3 ODAC) bounced back after their 89-81 overtime loss to #17 Mary Washington on Tuesday, while Guilford (7-13, 6-9 ODAC) drops its seventh straight game.
  • Virginia Wesleyan Hands Guilford Women Sixth Straight Setback, 83-48
    January 27, 2007
    Virginia Wesleyan Hands Guilford Women Sixth Straight Setback, 83-48 Nicole Thurston knows opponents expect to see her take the ball inside to score for the Virginia Wesleyan College Marlins.
  • Guilford College Women's Basketball Community Service Project
    January 27, 2007
    Guilford College Women's Basketball Community Service Project Guilford College’s women’s basketball team spent part of its mid-semester break at Oak Ridge (N.C.) Elementary School helping with the school’s Hoops for Hearts Kickoff clinic Jan. 3. The schoolchildren will participate in the basketball-themed event for the benefit of the American Heart Association Feb. 14.
  • Hiltunen & Riesbeck Pace Yellow Jackets Past Guilford 71-43
    January 26, 2007
    Hiltunen & Riesbeck Pace Yellow Jackets Past Guilford 71-43 Randolph-Macon College picked up its eighth win in a row as the Yellow Jackets downed visiting Guilford College 71-43 behind 20 points from Amanda Hiltunen and Lindsay Riesbeck Friday night in ODAC Women’s Basketball Action in Ashland. The win also marks the 395th career victory for R-MC head coach Carroll LaHaye who continues to close in on the 400 win milestone.
  • Washington and Lee Clips Guilford, 49-46, in Women's Basketball
    January 23, 2007
    Washington and Lee Clips Guilford, 49-46, in Women's Basketball Kristen Krouchick's basket with 25 seconds left broke a 45-45 tie and lifted visiting Washington and Lee University to a 49-46 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) basketball win at Guilford College Tuesday night. The Generals' first win in Greensboro since 1998 evens their overall record at 8-8 (5-7 ODAC). The Quakers fall to 7-10 (6-6 ODAC) with their sixth setback in seven games.
  • Lynchburg Scores 55-41 ODAC Women's Hoops Win At Guilford
    January 20, 2007
    Lynchburg Scores 55-41 ODAC Women's Hoops Win At Guilford Senior Caroline Wesley posted a double-double with 18 points and 16 rebounds to help visiting Lynchburg end an eight-game losing streak with a 55-41 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) win at Guilford Saturday afternoon. The Hornets (3-11, 3-7 ODAC) held the Quakers (7-9, 6-5 ODAC) without a two-point field goal for the first 22 minutes of the game and just 17.2 percent field-goal shooting from the game.
  • Four Lady Royals Reach Double Figures in 67-49 Win Over Guilford
    January 12, 2007
    Four Lady Royals Reach Double Figures in 67-49 Win Over Guilford The Eastern Mennonite University women’s basketball team moved up the Old Dominion Athletic Conference standings after its 67-49 conference win over Guilford College Friday evening in Yoder Arena.
  • Strong Second Half Gives Guilford Women 67-55 Win Over Lynchburg
    January 09, 2007
    Strong Second Half Gives Guilford Women 67-55 Win Over Lynchburg Sophomore Tracey Croner scored a game-high 25 points Tuesday night to give the Guilford College women’s basketball team a 67-55 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) win over Lynchburg College.
  • Quakers Drop 65-55 Decision to Virginia Wesleyan
    January 06, 2007
    Quakers Drop 65-55 Decision to Virginia Wesleyan Allison Wheeler scored a team-high 14 points off the bench in Virginia Wesleyan College's balanced 65-55 basketball win at Guilford College Saturday. The Marlins improve to 10-3 overall and 7-1 in Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) play with their fourth straight win and seventh in eight games. The Quakers drop to 6-6 overall, 5-2 in the ODAC, with their second loss in as many nights.
  • Yellow Jackets Hand Quakers First ODAC Loss of Year, 76-67
    January 05, 2007
    Yellow Jackets Hand Quakers First ODAC Loss of Year, 76-67 Lindsay Riesbeck scored a game-high 21 points in visiting Randolph-Macon College’s 76-67 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women’s basketball win at Guilford College Friday night. The triumph extended the Yellow Jackets’ (6-4, 3-2 ODAC) winning streak over the Quakers (6-5, 5-1 ODAC) to 11 games. The loss ended Guilford’s longest winning streak since 2003 at five games.
  • Guilford Downs Hollins, 93-34, to Improve to 5-0 in ODAC
    January 03, 2007
    Guilford Downs Hollins, 93-34, to Improve to 5-0 in ODAC Guilford College’s women’s basketball team improved to 5-0 in Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) play Wednesday with a 94-39 victory over visiting Hollins. The Quakers (6-4, 5-0 ODAC) won their fifth straight game and matched their best ODAC start since 2001.
  • Croner Named Student-Athlete of the Week
    December 11, 2006
    Croner Named Student-Athlete of the Week Sophomore Tracey Croner of the women's basketball team won the Guilford College Student-Athlete of the Week Award Monday. Guilford's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) presents the weekly prize.
  • Guilford Women Down Roanoke, 68-61
    December 09, 2006
    Guilford Women Down Roanoke, 68-61 Backed by freshman Alexa Williams' 11 points and 11 rebounds in the second half, Guilford College's women's basketball team scored a 68-61 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) win over visiting Roanoke College Saturday. The Quakers' (5-4 overall) fourth straight victory gives them a 4-0 ODAC mark for the first time since 2001.
  • Croner Rallies Guilford Past Emory & Henry, 70-57
    December 06, 2006
    Croner Rallies Guilford Past Emory & Henry, 70-57 Sophomore forward Tracey Croner scored 22 of her game- and career-high 26 points in the second half to rally Guilford past visiting Emory & Henry Wednesday night, 70-57, in Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's basketball action.
  • Flamini Wins 100th Game in 83-26 Victory At Hollins
    December 02, 2006
    Flamini Wins 100th Game in 83-26 Victory At Hollins Visiting Guilford College held Hollins University to six second-half points in a convincing 83-26 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's basketball win Saturday afternoon. The 57-point victory margin matches the second-largest in Guilford's women's basketball history.
  • Defense Shines in Quakers' League Opener
    December 01, 2006
    Defense Shines in Quakers' League Opener Ann Seufer scored a game-high 14 points to lead visiting Guilford past Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 68-36, in the Quakers' Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) opener Friday night. Guilford (2-4, 1-0 ODAC) snapped a four-game losing skid and held the opposition to its fewest points since a 68-35 win over Lynchburg Feb. 7, 2001. The Wildcats call to 0-5 (0-2 ODAC) with the loss.
  • Guilford Falls at Methodist, 65-52
    November 26, 2006
    Guilford Falls at Methodist, 65-52 Stacy Williams scored a game-high 22 points and added eight rebounds to lead host Methodist past Guilford Sunday afternoon, 65-52, in the final game of the Methodist/Cross Creek InnKeeper Turkey Shootout. The Monarchs (3-2) posted their third straight win and won the tournament title. The Quakers slipped to 1-4 with their fourth straight setback.
  • Guilford Falls to Ferrum, 84-73
    November 25, 2006
    Guilford Falls to Ferrum, 84-73 Ali Davenport scored 21 of her game-high 33 points in the second half to power Ferrum past Guilford, 84-73, in the first round of the Methodist/Cross Creek InnKeeper Turkey Shootout Saturday evening at Methodist College.
  • Humphrey Powers Greensboro Past Guilford, 85-77, in Women's Basketball
    November 21, 2006
    Humphrey Powers Greensboro Past Guilford, 85-77, in Women's Basketball Greensboro College’s Staci Humphrey scored 19 of her game-high 33 points in the second half to lift the visiting Pride past Guilford Tuesday night, 85-77. The teams met in Guilford’s Ragan-Brown Field House for the first time since 1996 after playing nine of the past 10 years in the Greensboro Coliseum.
  • McMurry Wins Guilford Tip-Off Women's Basketball Tournament
    November 18, 2006
    McMurry Wins Guilford Tip-Off Women's Basketball Tournament Tournament Most Valuable Player Tarra Richardson totalled 25 points and nine rebounds in McMurry's 78-44 victory over Guilford in Saturday's championship game of the Guilford Tip-Off Tournament. Oneonta State defeated Bennett, 82-48, in the tourney's consolation game earlier Saturday.
  • Guilford, McMurry Advance to Guilford Tip-Off Final
    November 17, 2006
    Guilford, McMurry Advance to Guilford Tip-Off Final Freshman Ann Seufer drained a school-record eight three-pointers in Guilford’s 98-50 win over Bennett in the opening round of the Guilford Tip-Off Tournament Friday night. The host Quakers play nationally ranked McMurry in Saturday’s championship game after the Texas team downed Oneonta State, 80-62, in Friday night’s first game.
  • 2006-07 Women's Basketball Season Outlook
    November 13, 2006
    2006-07 Women's Basketball Season Outlook Guilford's women's basketball team has mastered the art of peaking at the right time and hopes this year will result in its third Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Tournament crown in school history. Three letter winners return from last year's 11-16 unit that reached the ODAC Tournament semifinals, but fourth-year head coach Stephanie Flamini believes her large freshman class will develop and contribute enough to compete for the league title.
  • Guilford Picked Eighth in ODAC Women's Basketball Poll
    November 09, 2006
    Guilford Picked Eighth in ODAC Women's Basketball Poll Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's basketball coaches picked Guilford College eighth in their preseason poll Thursday. League officials announced the poll at the annual ODAC Women's Basketball Media Day at the Salem (Va.) Civic Center.
  • Kaczmarek Named Assistant Basketball Coach at Guilford College
    August 08, 2006
    Kaczmarek Named Assistant Basketball Coach at Guilford College Kate Kaczmarek joined Guilford College's athletics staff Tuesday as an assistant women's basketball coach. She makes her coaching debut as the lone assistant on third-year head coach Stephanie Flamini's staff and replaced Scott Smith, who accepted a similar position at Merrimack College.