The third-ranked Kirkwood Eagle women’s basketball team took on the Marshalltown Community College Tigers in Johnson Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
The Eagles won 121-43. The Eagles raised their record to 21-2 and 11-1 in the ICCAC. They dropped the Tigers to 0-19 and 0-12 in the ICCAC.
The Eagles were led in by Tasia Jordan with 23 points. Jordan was a very efficient 11-for-15 from the field and hit one of her two three-pointers. Jordan also collected ten rebounds and three assists for the Eagles in the win. Alycia Patterson scored 21 points off the Eagle bench. Four Eagles scored in double figures in the win.
The Tigers didn’t have many scorers for the game and dropped to 0-19 on the season.
Eagles head coach Kim Muhl, in his 34th season, has compiled 34 winning seasons in a row and eight National Championships.
He was inducted into the Kirkwood Community College Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday, Feb. 3, and honored at the doubleheader on Saturday, Feb. 4, against the NIACC Trojans in Johnson Hall. Muhl achieved his 1,000th win with the Eagles’ victory over the Trojans.
The next few games for the Eagles included competing at Ellsworth on Feb. 11 where they won 98-32 and at home against North Central Missouri College for Sophomore Day on Feb. 18 with a final score of 79-33.
The Eagles are now 23-2 and 12-1 in conference. They are undefeated at home this season.
NJCAA Region XI Tournament
March 8 – Quarterfinal round
March 11 – Semifinal round – 3 p.m.
March 12 – Championship round – 1 p.m.
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