PREVIEW: Women's Basketball at Hendrix College (11/21)

Crusaders start three-game road trip at Hendrix on Tuesday.
Crusaders start three-game road trip at Hendrix on Tuesday.

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FIRST TIP

The University of Dallas women's basketball team embarks on a three-game road trip starting Tuesday at Hendrix College. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

The Crusaders (1-0) started the new campaign in the win column after topping Dallas Christian 70-45 on Wednesday night.


3 TAKEAWAYS FROM OPENER

- Michelle DeCoud (Monument, Colo.) tied a game-high 19 points and pulled nine rebounds. Her pair of blocks increased her all-time total to 99.

- DeCoud paced a quartet of Crusaders that netted double figures. Helen Onyenso (Oak Park, Ill.) posted a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Celsi Caraway (Arlington, Texas) also had 14 points and Jules Oliveti (Southlake, Texas) chipped in 10 off the bench.

- Panda Green (Farmersville, Texas) dished a personal-high 10 assists and had half of the team's total.


IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

- Photo Album vs. Dallas Christian


BY THE NUMBERS

- UD Season Stats

- Hendrix 2016-17 Season Stats

- Dallas is 4-26 overall against the Warriors

- Last season, UD fell in both contests with one of them being in overtime. At Conway, the Crusaders were downed 64-48.


HENDRIX NOTABLES

- The Warriors are 2-1 on the young campaign. They split at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference/Southern Athletic Association Challenge this past weekend with a loss to the host school Austin College (81-66) and win over Centenary (58-51).

- In the victory against the Ladies on Sunday, Madison Martin scored team-highs in points (14) and rebounds (12) for a double-double. Leah Boehl added 10 points and Heather Prowse grabbed seven boards.

- Tuesday's game versus the Crusaders is the home opener for Hendrix.

- In 2016-17, the Warriors went 18-11 overall and 9-5 in the SAA. They were 8-4 at the friendly confines.


UPCOMING GAMES

Dallas continues its road stint up into the Midwest on November 25th-26th. The Crusaders will play at Illinois Tech at 1 p.m. and then conclude the trip at Concordia Chicago at 2 p.m.