Dec 20, 2014
The Quakers were led by Emma Stilgenbauer and Hannah Franklin, which both had 16 points on the day.
Kasin Spay added 15 points, while Hannah Dyer added eight points.
After three quick lead changes in the non-conference affair, Franklin tied the game early with a jump shot to make it 11-11 with 12:58 to go.
Quakers then built a big lead, 21-14, on a Lexi McFarland jumper with 8:36 left.
Kalamazoo tied it 21-21 with 6:07 left in the opening period after a 7-point run.
The Hornets followed with a 13-5 run, which was interrupted with a layup from Spay with 1:25 left making the score 34-26.
At the half, the Quakers trailed 39-26.
With 4:25 left in the second half, JaLissa Watt brought the Quakers within six with a pair of free throws.
The Quakers cut the deficit to 66-62 when Spay hit a layup with 2:20 left in the game. The Hornets (6-4) were able to hold off the Quakers the rest of the way.
Earlham (3-6) is back in action at Wilmington College on Tuesday, Dec. 30. The game starts at 7:30 p.m.