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Mount Mercy University - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Zeitler helps Mustangs top Dakota State

Makenzie Zeitler had a big double-double Friday night with 15 points and 17 rebounds as Mount Mercy dumped Dakota State, 82-63, in a women's basketball game at the Hennessey Recreation Center.

Zeitler shot 5-for-7 from the field and was 5-for-6 at the foul line. She grabbed 13 defensive rebounds and snared four rebounds off the offensive boards.

Abbie Herb tossed in 22 points to lead Mount Mercy in scoring. She also had six rebounds, three blocks, two assists and one steal as the Mustangs raised their record to 9-8.

Sharee Galbraith scored 15 points for Dakota State (6-8).

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Mustangs dumped by Culver-Stockton

CANTON, Mo. - The Mount Mercy women's basketball team shot poorly from the field Tuesday and lost to Culver-Stockton, 76-55, in a non-conference game at the Charles Field House in Canton, Mo.

The Mustangs (8-8) hit only 16-of-55 shots for 29.1 percent. Alisa Weiland led Mount Mercy with 13 points. Abby Herb scored 11 points and Callan Timms finished with 10.

Larra Kubinski scored 15 points for Culver-Stockton (9-3). Kati Davis grabbed 12 rebounds.

MOUNT MERCY (55): Herb 5 0-3 11, Last 0 2-2 2, Zeitler 2 2-2 6, Herdliska 1 3-4 6, Oldham 1 5-6 7, Weiland 4 2-4 13, Timms 3 3-5 10, Kilburg 0 0-0 0, Sexton 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 17-26 55.

CULVER-STOCKTON (76): Mathews 2 0-0 6, Davis 1 6-8 8, Kubinski 7 1-3 15, Plunkett 3 0-1 8, Hart 2 4-6 8, Thompson 1 0-0 1, Marzette 2 0-0 5, Helm 2 0-0 6, Robertson 0 0-0 0, Zumalt 1 0-0 3, House 3 1-1 7, Young 4 0-0 8. Totals 28 12-19 76.

Halftime - Culver-Stockton 43, Mount Mercy 26. 3-point goals - Mount Mercy 6 (Weiland 3, Herb 1, Herdliska 1, Timms 1), Culver-Stockton 8 (Mathews 2, Plunkett 2, Helm 2, Marzette 1, Zumalt 1).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 2014 06:48
 

Mount Mercy applies to 2 leagues

Mount Mercy University has applied to two leagues for conference membership for the 2015-16 school year and expects to learn in January or February if it has been accepted for membership into either one.

Mount Mercy is currently a member of the Midwest Collegiate Conference, but that league is disbanding after this school year. The Mustangs applied for membership in the Chicagoland Conference earlier this year, but they fell one vote short of admittance.

Scot Reisinger, the athletic director at Mount Mercy, declined to identify the leagues it hopes to join, but the options are fairly limited in terms of an NAIA conference that serves the Midwest. He said one of the leagues will vote in January whether to admit the Mustangs and the other league will vote in February, assuming the Mustangs are still looking at that time.

Reisinger said he is "very confident" Mount Mercy will be accepted by one league or the other - or possibly both. "We've gotten good feedback," he said.

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Herb rakes in conference honor

Abby Herby of the Mount Mercy women's basketball team has been named the Female Athlete of the Week by the Midwest Collegiate Conference.

Herb, a sophomore, was named the MVP of the Roosevelt Holiday Hoops Tournament in Chicago this past weekend. She averaged 31 points in the tournament, including a career-best 35 points against St. Francis (Ill.). She shot 65.8 percent from the field.

Herb, a Cedar Rapids Washington graduate, also had 13 rebounds, eight assists, seven blocks and three steals.

 

Herb leads Mount Mercy to title

CHICAGO - Abby Herb scored 27 points Saturday and was named the tournament MVP as Mount Mercy dunked Roosevelt, 87-71, in the championship game of the Roosevelt Holiday Hoops in Chicago.

Herb poured in 35 points in the opening round Friday and finished the tournament with 62 points. She had six rebounds, four assists, four blocks and two assists in the finals against Roosevelt.

Christa Oldham collected 20 points, seven rebounds and six assists for Mount Mercy in the finals and joined Herb on the all-tournament team.

Makenzie Zeitler had a double-double for the Mustangs Saturday with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Paige Last also scored 12 points. Last and Oldham both had four 3-pointers for Mount Mercy (8-7).

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