After securing a USA South Tournament bid in her first campaign last year as the Meredith College Head Basketball Coach, LaQuanda Quick will start this season with another small squad, including five new recruits. She and her assistant Whitney Coleman set out to improve the direction of Meredith basketball and will begin the 2019-20 campaign in Virginia.
Sophomore standout Kimberly Schuh was named to the 2018-19 College Division All-State Women's Basketball Team as announced this week by the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA). This marks second nod from the NCCSIA.
Meredith College basketball standout Kimberly Schuh and rookie Caroline Coleman were recognized by the USA South Athletic Conference. Schuh was selected to the All-Conference and All-East first teams and Coleman named to the All-Sportsmanship team.
The host and East Division third-seed William Peace Pacers slipped past the East sixth-seed Meredith College Angels to claim a 78-74 victory in Wednesday night's USA South Women's Basketball Tournament first round action. Kimberly Schuh led all with 32 points, and Trinity Packer grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds to go with a career-high 11 points.
The host N.C. Wesleyan Battling Bishops captured a 74-63 victory over Meredith College in Saturday afternoon's final regular season game of the season. Madison Gladwell led the Avenging Angels with 18 points, three assists.
Meredith College climbed back from a 19-point, fourth-quarter deficit to trail by as few as five late in the game versus the visiting East Division leader Averett University. But a confident Cougar squad held on for a 64-56 finish for the win. Kimberly Schuh led all with 21 points, and Kirstie King posted a game-high 12 rebounds.
Meredith College built a patient comeback to claim a 47-41 win over the visiting Pfeiffer University Falcons in Sunday afternoon's USA South action. Madison Gladwell led from the point and finished with a game high 16 points for the Avenging Angels.
In Wednesday night's USA South women's basketball action, the host Greensboro Pride battled back to edge Meredith College 61-56. The Avenging Angels led by as many as 15 points and fought through the last second for a final advantage.
Kimberly Schuh led the MCBB Angels in their third consecutive victory, and fourth in the last five, with a 55-41 finish at Salem College Saturday afternoon. After a sluggish start, Meredith College regrouped to down the Spirits with ease.
The Meredith College basketball Angels controlled all four quarters in Wednesday night's rematch with the William Peace Pacers to capture a 56-50 victory over the local rival. Kirstie King and Kimberly Schuh shot a combined 63 percent from the field to lead MCBB to their second consecutive win and third in the last four.
Meredith College standout Kimberly Schuh collected her first USA South Player of the Week honor after the Avenging Angels earned a 66-56 victory over the visiting Bishops Saturday afternoon. In her eighth double-double performance of the season, Schuh led with a game-high 25 points, 12 rebounds.
With Kimberly Schuh's 25 points and three more Avenging Angels in double-figures, the Meredith College basketball team captured a big 66-56 win over the visiting N.C. Wesleyan Bishops. The well-coached Angels played with poise and control to lead throughout the 40 minutes of play.
The Meredith College basketball Angels held a six-point lead versus the host Pfeiffer Falcons during the third period. But a single-digit fourth period offensive performance left MCBB with a 56-44 loss at the end of regulation. Kimberly Schuh led with 16 points, and Trinity Packer posted 10 rebounds.
Meredith College maintained their focus down the stretch in Wednesday night's basketball to down the visiting Salem Spirits 64-56. Kimberly Schuh led the Avenging Angels cast with 20 points, 14 rebounds.
Meredith College led the host Mary Baldwin Fighting Squirrels by as many as 15 points early in the third period but would not be able to finish. Baldwin battled back for a 56-53 win over the Angels in Sunday's USA South contest.
Kimberly Schuh posted a career record 48 points in Wednesday night's 82-78 loss to USA South foe William Peace. The Avenging Angels held the lead late in the second period but would come up short down the stretch.
The Meredith College Angels would not recover from a four-point first quarter start in a 69-50 loss to Lynchburg College Sunday afternoon. Kimberly Schuh was named to the Holiday Classic All-Tournament team for her efforts over the two-day event.
Meredith College sophomore Kimberly Schuh scored 22 points in Saturday's contest versus Emory & Henry, but the game-high performance would not keep pace with the fresh legs of the 15 Wasps who saw time in the holiday pairing. The Avenging Angels will face off with the tournament host Lynchburg Hornets Sunday at 4 p.m. to close out 2018.
The Meredith College Avenging Angels faced off with NCAA Division I Coastal Carolina in an exhibition game Wednesday evening. Kimberly Schuh matched Chanticleer Caitlin Roche with a game high 18 points.
Scoring just three points in the first period, the Meredith College basketball Angels were unable to recover in Tuesday's 64-51 loss to host Methodist University. Kimberly Schuh led MCBB with 18 points.
The Meredith College basketball Angels maintained an advantage most of the way in Sunday's USA South opener versus the visiting Greensboro Pride but would open a window for GC to edge in front down the stretch. Kimberly Schuh led with 17 points, and Trinity Packer tallied a game high 15 rebounds.
The Meredith College basketball squad had the visiting University of Mary Washington Eagles within reach through the final minutes of Saturday's non-conference pairing, but a more than four-minute scoring drought late in the game allowed UMW to capture a 57-50 victory. Kimberly Schuh and Caroline Coleman finish with double-digit scoring to lead MCBB.
The host Christopher Newport Captains handled the basketball Angels with ease in an 86-47 victory Sunday afternoon to cap off the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Kimberly Schuh and Kirstie King led the Avenging Angels with double-figure scoring.
The Meredith College basketball team dropped a pair of games in the Centre College Classic this weekend. Kimberly Schuh led the Avenging Angels both days with a combined 30 points, as Meredith dropped a 59-48 loss to the host Colonels Friday and lost 100-40 to the Thomas More Saints Saturday afternoon.
In Saturday's day-two of the season's opening doubleheader, the Meredith College basketball squad fell short in a 68-62 loss to the visiting Roanoke Maroons. Four Angels finished in double figures with Kimberly Schuh also posting 11 rebounds.