Lady Panthers open GLVC schedule at Missouri S&T, Mon., 5:30 pm

Drury Lady Panthers Game Preview
#3 Lady Panthers (8-1) at Missouri S&T Lady Miners (1-3)
Mon., Nov. 29, 2021 — 5:30 pm — Rolla, Mo.    
 
Live Coverage
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Lady Panthers open GLVC schedule on Monday at Missouri S&T
The Drury Lady Panthers open the Great Lakes Valley Conference schedule at Missouri S&T with a 5:30 pm game on Monday.
 
Drury is 8-1, ranked third in NCAA-II, and is coming off of a 73-56 win over 16th ranked Union (Tenn.) on Wednesday. The Lady Panthers have won four straight, with their only loss of the year coming against Kentucky Wesleyan, 76-75, on Nov. 13 in Nashville, Tenn.
 
Missouri S&T is 1-3 and also playing their league opener. The Lady Miners opened their season with a 115-50 win over Blackburn on Nov. 15, then have lost three straight. Missouri S&T took losses to Missouri Southern 74-50, at Northwest Missouri St. 68-48, and on Saturday at Pittsburg State 82-57.
 
The Lady Panthers are led by the reigning NCAA-II and GLVC Player of the Year, Paige Robinson. The senior from Bethany, Illinois is averaging 20.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and 2.1 steals. Junior Alana Findley is averaging 13.4 points and 8 rebounds per game.
 
Drury has won 17 straight against Missouri S&T, dating back to the 2012-13 season. Last year, the Lady Panthers won in Rolla 85-66 on Jan. 28, and they won at home 97-74 at the O’. Missouri S&T’s last win against Drury was Dec. 6, 2012, 66-63, in Springfield. The Lady Panthers lead the all-time series 31-3.
 
About the Lady Miners
Laura Rodriguez leads Missouri S&T averaging 14 points per game. The senior from Spain was an All-GLVC selection last year and averaged 16 ppg.
 
Kira Carter is in her second year as Missouri S&T’s head coach. Carter previously served as an assistant coach at Sam Houston State and Milwaukee in the NCAA Division I ranks, and she was an assistant at S&T during the 2016-17 season.
 
Robinson nears 1,700 career points
Senior Paige Robinson needs just five points to become the fourth player in program history to reach 1,700 career points. She would join Hailey Diestelkamp, Amanda Newton, and Bethanie Funderburk in that exclusive club. Robinson needs 22 points to pass Funderburk for third on the Lady Panthers all-time scoring list.
 
Robinson is also 19 three-pointers away from breaking Drury’s career record in that category. She enters Monday’s game with 237 three’s. Katie Pritchard (2008-13) holds the record with 255.
 
Up Next
Drury is back at home on Saturday when they host Rockhurst at 1 pm. Immediately following the game, Drury will introduce their 2021-22 Hall of Fame induction class.
 
QUICK FACTS
Records
Drury: 8-1 (ranked #3 in NCAA-II)
Missouri S&T: 1-3
 
Head Coaches
Drury: Amy Eagan (2nd year, 32-2/13th year, 219-145)
Missouri S&T: Kira Carter (2nd year, 5-20)
 
Last Game
Drury won vs #16 Union (Tenn.) 73-56
Missouri S&T lost at Pittsburg St. 82-57
 
Record in Last 5 Games
Drury: 4-1
Missouri S&T: 1-3
 
Streak
Drury: Won 4
Missouri S&T: Lost 3
 
2020-21 Series
Drury 85 Missouri S&T 66 (Jan. 28 at S&T)
Drury 97 Missouri S&T 74 (Dec. 18 at DU)
 
All-Time Series
Drury 31-3
 
Next
Drury vs Rockhurst — Sat., Dec. 4
1 pm — O’Reilly Family Event Center
 
 
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