Earlham College Women’s Basketball finished the sea-
son with five straight losses to Mt. St. Joseph College 59-57.
Junior Zoe Curtis led Earlham with 20 points on 9-of-
14 shooting from the field, while junior Camryn White chart-
ed 12 points. Junior Kyndall Spears chipped in with eight
points off the bench.
Mt. St. Joseph was led by sophomore Maddie Haber-
thy with 18 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the field, while
senior Lainee Studer scored 16 points on 6-of-17 shooting
from the field.
Earlham committed 17 fouls and Mt. St. Joseph con-
verted into a 13-of-20 mark at the free-throw line. The Lions
were called for 10 fouls, and the Quakers were 3-of-4 at the
free throw line.
Mt. St. Joseph shot 39.2% from the field and Earlham
shot 36.5% from the field. But the Quakers had 23 field goals
compared to the Lions 20 field goals, and Earlham had eight
three-pointers to Mt. St. Joe’s six. Earlham outrebounded
Mt. St. Joes 43 to 29 and had a 16-5 advantage in offensive
Earlham wraps up its 2018-19 season with an 8-17 over-
all mark, 6-12 in the HCAC, and tied for seventh place in the
conference standings with Franklin College. The Quakers
posted the most wins since the 2014-15 season.