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Panthers Power Past Scotties in Memorial Classic

Women's Basketball

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Birmingham Southern protected its home court in the opener of the Richard Dardenne Memorial Classic with a 72-35 victory over visiting Agnes Scott. The Scotties were led by Shay Sweat (Lawrenceville, Ga.) with 11 points on 3-of-5 shooting.

Tigers Quiet Scotties in Tournament Final

Women's Basketball

DECATUR, Ga.—Sewanee took a 63-45 victory over Agnes Scott College in the finale of the 2019 Agnes Scott Tip-Off Classic. A slow offensive start plagued the Scotties for the second night in a row and the Tigers took advantage for the fifth consecutive time. Sophomore Emma Olson (Austin, Texas) rebounded from Friday with a career night, scoring 16 points and collecting eight rebounds to lead all players in each category.

Bruins Get Past Scotties in Classic Debut

Women's Basketball

DECATUR, Ga.—A big first-half run powered Bob Jones University to a 71-43 victory over Agnes Scott College in the opener of the 2019 Agnes Scott Tip-Off Classic on Friday night at Woodruff Gymnasium. The Bruins used a 26-8 second quarter thanks to an efficient outing from Kylee Leffew to open up at 26-point lead at the break and did enough to hold the Scotties from making a run in the second half.

Perchaluk Nominated for Prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year Award

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Two-sport Scottie Zoey Perchaluk (Fort Erie, Ont.) was named as Agnes Scott College Athletics’ nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year on Wednesday. Perchaluk was an eight-semester student-athlete for the Scotties in soccer and basketball before graduating this past May.

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2018-19 Agnes Scott Women's Basketball Roster

Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School
No.: 1 Kalin Smith full bio Kalin Smith Pos.: Guard Cl.: First-Year Ht.: 5-7 Hometown/High School: Kiln, Miss. / Hancock
No.: 2 Zoey Perchaluk full bio Zoey Perchaluk Pos.: Guard Cl.: Senior Ht.: 5-5 Hometown/High School: Fort Erie, Ont. / Ridgeway-Crystal Beach
No.: 5 Brea Hill full bio Brea Hill Pos.: Guard Cl.: Junior Ht.: 5-5 Hometown/High School: Lithonia, Ga. / Arabia Mountain
No.: 10 Ashlyn Edwards full bio Ashlyn Edwards Pos.: Guard Cl.: Senior Ht.: 5-6 Hometown/High School: Stone Mountain, Ga. / Tucker
No.: 11 Shay Sweat full bio Shay Sweat Pos.: Guard Cl.: First-Year Ht.: 5-6 Hometown/High School: Lawrenceville, Ga. / Holy Innocents Episcopal
No.: 15 Annie Weimerskirch full bio Annie Weimerskirch Pos.: Guard/Forward Cl.: Junior Ht.: 5-8 Hometown/High School: Murfreesboro, Tenn. / University School
No.: 22 Deja White full bio Deja White Pos.: Guard Cl.: First-Year Ht.: 5-8 Hometown/High School: Loganville, Ga. / Walnut Grove
No.: 23 Emma Olson full bio Emma Olson Pos.: Forward Cl.: First-Year Ht.: 5-9 Hometown/High School: Austin, Texas / Austin Waldorf School
No.: 31 Garis Grant full bio Garis Grant Pos.: Forward Cl.: Junior Ht.: 5-11 Hometown/High School: Charleston, S.C. / Porter-Gaud
No.: 33 Kamiyla Lane full bio Kamiyla Lane Pos.: Forward Cl.: Junior Ht.: 5-10 Hometown/High School: Atlanta, Ga. / Tri-Cities
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2018-19 Agnes Scott Women's Basketball Schedule

Overall 2-23
Pct. .080
Conf. 2-14
Pct. .125
Streak Won 1
Home 1-10
Away 1-13
Neutral 0-0
Games 25
Pts per game 48.5
FG % 33.3
3PT % 23.5
FT % 52.6
Reb per game 40.5
Ast per game 9.7
* Conference
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Women's Basketball

Albie Biggs

Head Basketball Coach

Phone: 404.471.6359

David McCommons

Graduate Assistant - Basketball

Phone: 404.471.6359

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From the Desk of Head Coach Albie Biggs


Thank you for your interest in Agnes Scott College and our basketball program. Agnes Scott is one of the TOP Liberal art schools in the country. We are an incredibly diverse community located in metro Atlanta dedicated to educating women on a global scale. We actively recruit student-athletes who commit themselves to get better every day, both on the court and in the classroom.

That is who we are, and I am excited to tell you more about us. But I am also very interested in learning more about you and what you are looking for in a college experience. So there are two things I want you to do:

First, fill out the recruiting questionnaire above.

Second, give me a call, text or email when you can. I would love to hear from you personally, and I would really appreciate the chance to talk with you and answer any questions you may have about our school or program!

Finally, I want to wish you luck as you begin looking into colleges and the next step of your basketball career. This is going to be a really fun experience and I hope you enjoy it.

Hope to hear from you soon!

Coach Biggs

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