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Ashland University vs Glenville Women's Basketball

Glenville Women’s Basketball team is set to face Ashland University, the top-ranked side in the country, in the national championship semi-final today at Saint Joseph Civic Arena, Missouri.

Game Viewing 

  • Venue: Saint Joseph Civic Arena, Missouri
  • Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023
  • Start Time: 9:30 pm EDT
  • TV: CBS Sports Network
  • Streams: OolaTV (anywhere)

Talking about Glenville Women’s Basketball team (33-2, MEC 20-2), first, they’re one of the top five teams in the country with the top offense. Glenville will face Ashland University for the first time and will be looking to beat Ashland (the first team to do so this season) and secure their spot in the national championship game.

Lady Pioneers have progressed to the back-to-back final four games for the second time after making a second-half comeback against Tampa in the Elite eight game. They’re a lot better rebounding team in the postseason play. They have out-rebounded their opponents on five occasions in their last seven games. Moreover, they’ve hit nine or more threes in five consecutive games and will be looking to extend their unbeaten streak (18 games).

NCAA Division II Final Four: Glenville St. vs Ashland Women’s College Basketball Live

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In addition, they’re doing well shooting from the charity stripe, with a 72.2% average from the free throw line and 78% since the start of the national tournament and talking about one of the squad’s top performers, Hya Haywood, who has averaged 14.0 points per game since the beginning of the tournament.

On the other hand, Ashland (35-0, GMAC 20-0) progressed to the final four stages after beating the University of Texas Tyler by 81-72 in the Elite eight, where Senior Annie Roshak led his side by scoring 24, and grabbing ten rebounds for a double-double.

Ashland is the top-ranked side in the country and remains the only unbeaten team in Division II with the second-longest winning streak and ninth-longest streak in Division II women’s basketball history. They’re currently 35-0 this season, and it’s their fourth different season with at least 35 wins. No other team in NCAA Division II women’s basketball has more than two such seasons.

They rank first in whole Division II in scoring margin (24.7) and are inside the top five rankings of teams with the best offense. They’re averaging third highest (83.9 points) per game in the country and are shooting 40.3% from the three, attempting the 14th most threes in the nation and most in the GMAC (26.6).

Regarding the squad, Annie Roshak has the third-best field goal percentage in the country (63.3%). Hallie Heidemann has been one of the best three-point shooters this season and ranks second for a three-point percentage (49.5%). Moreover, by committing few turnovers, they have the best assist-to-turnover in the country (1.46).

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