LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Randolph College women's basketball team fell to visiting Washington Adventist University, 60-38, on Monday evening in the RAD Center.
After a slow first quarter, which concluded with a 12-all score, Washington Adventist started to gain momentum as the Shock outshot the WildCats, 25-11, to grab a 37-23 lead at halftime. Despite its best efforts, Randolph could not catch up to Washington Adventist and the Shock would ultimately take home the 60-38 win as time ran out.
Alexis Calloway (Williamsburg, Va./Bruton) pulled down 13 boards for the WildCats while Kalyn Banks (Clinton, Md./From The Heart Christian School) totaled 12 rebounds and Jade Jarvis (Sugar Grove, Va./Rural Retreat) added 10. Maura McMahon (Blacksburg, Va./Blacksburg) recorded seven points for Randolph while Calloway posted six points with Daijah Johnson (Beltsville, Md./St. Vincent Pallotti) and Jarvis each chipping in five points in the loss.
The WildCats are back on Wednesday, Dec. 20 to close out the week when they host Averett University at 2 p.m.