May 24, 2024

Grambling State ladies’s basketball group picked up what may need been this system’s best victory, and it got here on the expense of The School of Biblical Research (CBS) on Tuesday evening.

Behind Arianna Mosley’s 27 factors and Kahia Warmsley’s 20 factors, Grambling State topped CBS 159-18. The 141-point victory was the largest in Division I ladies’s basketball historical past, in line with ESPN. The earlier document was set in 2018 when Savannah State topped Wesleyan (Georgia) 155-26.

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Apart from Mosley and Warmsley’s terrific recreation, Grambling State was capable of exhibit its depth. Amanda Blake and DeMya Younger every had 15 factors. Jazmyne Jackson, Anijah Grant, Jordyn Carter and Jordaynia Ivie had been additionally in double figures in scoring. Warmsley added 10 rebounds to her complete for a double-double. Ivie additionally tallied seven steals within the win.

Amanda Blake, #34 of the Grambling State Tigers, appears to be like to go the ball as she is defended by Francesca Belibi, #5 of the Stanford Cardinal, within the second half of the sport at SimpliFi Area on Nov. 26, 2022 in Honolulu. (Darryl Oumi/Getty Photos)

The Tigers moved to 6-5 with the victory, however it was not the primary blowout the college document this season.

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Grambling State began the yr with a 93-48 win over Champion Christian School. Final month, the Tigers topped Wiley School 109-41 and now have the massive win over CBS on its resume. The squad begins Southwestern Athletic Convention play on Saturday towards Prairie View A&M.

The School of Biblical Research is a Houston-based college that participates in Division II’s Nationwide Christian School Athletic Affiliation. The group has but to win a recreation this season.

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CBS performs Champion Christian School at dwelling on Saturday.

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