Jan 17, 2015
Kasin Spay led the Quakers with 21 points and six rebounds in the the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest.
In addition to Spay, the Quakers had three others in double figures. Hannah Dyer finished 13 points and five rebounds.
Lexi McFarland had 12 points with Hannah Franklin contributing 10 points and six rebounds.
Shania Feathers tossed in nine points and grabbed four rebounds, while Mariah Flynn had seven points and four rebounds.
JaLissa Watt added five rebounds and team-high totals of four steals and three assists to go with four points.
Both teams had leads early in the contest with the Quakers taking control at the 13:15 mark of the first half when Spay scored to make it 12-7. A 3-pointer by Dyer kept the margin at 19-14 with 8:03 left.
The Ravens (1-14, 0-8) eventually tied the game at 27-27 with 1:23 to go before halftime, but Franklin scored at the end of the period to put the Quakers up 32-29 at the intermission.
In the second half, Anderson closed the gap to 34-33 before the Quakers went on a 15-point run that was capped by a 3-pointer by Spay with 13:59 remaining as the Quakers led 49-33.
Anderson was able to cut the deficit to 68-58 at 3:37, but the Quakers were able to put the game away from that point.
Earlham (5-10, 2-6) is back at home on Wednesday as the Quakers entertain Defiance College on Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center. The HCAC affair starts at 7:30 p.m.