WBB: Whittier vs. Chapman (By the Numbers)

WBB: Whittier vs. Chapman (By the Numbers)

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WHITTIER, Calif. – The Whittier College Women's Basketball team returns to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play this weekend traveling to Orange to take on Chapman University with tip-off set for 2:00pm. 

Game Details

Whittier College @ Chapman University

Saturday, January 5 – 2:00pm

Harold Hutton Sports Center (One University Drive, Orange, CA 92866)

Live Coverage

Video – https://portal.stretchinternet.com/chapman/

Livestats - https://portal.stretchinternet.com/chapman/

WC Coming into the Game

Whittier is currently riding a four game losing skid dropping both match-ups during the Holiday Inn La Mirada Purple & Gold Poet Classic to Brooklyn College and Illinois Wesleyan.  Prior to that they fell to nationally ranked opponents George Fox University and Uni. of Puget Sound.  They currently sit at .500 at 5-5, 2-1 SCIAC.     

CU Coming into the Game

Chapman faced a tough Amherst squad to open the New Year and fell 74-65.  Prior to that they had won two in a row against Wisc.-La Crosse and Pitt.-Greensburg and currently post an 8-5, 3-1 SCIAC record.       

Head to Head (Past Five Years)

Matching up against Chapman has been tough for the Purple & Gold.  Since the 2012-13 season, Whittier is 0-12 against the Panthers.   

2017-18 (0-2) | 2016-17 (0-2) |2015-16 (0-2) |2014-15 (0-2) |2013-14 (0-2)

By the Numbers

Whittier – Whittier's offensive production is down averaging 59.1 points per game and shooting 37% from the field and 23% from three-point territory.  They have the height inside helping them average 37.6 rebounds per game, while totaling 10.1 assists.  They are like Chapman, tough defensively, holding opponents to 34.8% shooting from the field and 26% from three-point territory.  They are also surrendering a mere 57.1 points per game. 

Chapman – The Panthers are averaging 69.6 points per game and shooting 42% from the field and 31% from three-point territory.  They bring in 36.5 rebounds per game and register 13.7 assists.  Defensively they are tough holding opponents to 64.8 points per game and 39.6% shooting and a 33% clip from deep.  They collect 12.5 steals per game and have a -0.2 rebounding margin.    

2018-19 WC Impact Players

PG – Teani White (117 Points, 13.0 PPG, 46.5% Shooting, 80% Free Throw Line, 55 Rebounds, , 19 assists, 23 Steals)

G – Cali Cubel (122 Points, 13.6 PPG, 48.8% Shooting, 82.5% Free Throw Line, 17 Assists, 17 Steals)

G – Laura Stroud (60 Points, 6.0 PPG, 34.7% Shooting, 70 Rebounds, 17 Assists, 14 Steals)

G - Zaria Branch (41 Points, 4.6 PPG, 36.4% Shooting, 33 Rebounds)

F – Monica Hanna (77 Points, 7.7 PPG, 39.3% Shooting, 45 Rebounds, 15 Blocks)

2018-19 CU Impact Players

G – Marissa Dunn (109 Points, 9.1 PPG, 39.4% Shooting, 85.7% Free-Throw Shooting, 15 Steals, 49 Rebounds, 13 Assists)

G – Jaryn Fajardo (226 Points, 17.4 PPG, 44% Shooting, 43 Steals, 77 Assists, 86 Rebounds)

PF – Lucy Criswell (216 Points, 16.6 PPG, 40.2% Shooting, 23 Blocks, 16 Steals, 10 Assists, 77 Rebounds)

SF – Julia Strand (132 Points, 10.2 PPG, 53% Shooting, 28 Steals, 6 Blocks, 16 Assists, 69 Rebounds)

G – Camryn Hamaguchi (63 Points, 4.8 PPG, 39.4% Shooting, 7 Steals, 8 Assists, 29 Rebounds)

Probable Starters

Whittier – No. 0 Teani White (So. - Burbank, Calif.), No. 4 Cali Cubel (Jr. - Oceanside, Calif.), No. 20 Laura Stroud (So. - Ann Arbor, MI), No. 22 Mia Maglinte (Sr. - Roseville, Calif.), No. 23 Monica Hanna (Sr. - Bellflower, Calif.)

Chapman – No. 0 Marissa Dunn (Jr. – La Habra, Calif.), No. 5 Lucy Criswell (Jr. – Portland, OR), No. 11 Jaryn Fajardo (Sr. – Torrance, Calif.), No. 15 Camryn Hamaguchi (So. – Fountain Valley, Calif.), No. 32 Taylor Hextrum (So. – Santa Rosa, Calif.)