Upcoming Athletic Events
Tuesday, Oct. 21
7:00pm - Men's Soccer hosts Concordia Sem.
7:00pm - Volleyball at Harris-Stowe
Wednesday, Oct. 22
6:00pm - Men's Soccer hosts Logan Chiro.
Friday, Oct. 24
7:00pm - Volleyball at Lyon
Saturday, Oct. 25
10:30am - Women's XC hosts St. Louis Fall Classic
11:15am - Men's XC hosts St. Louis Fall Classic
12:00pm - Volleyball at Williams Baptist
1:00pm - Women's Soccer hosts LCU
3:00pm - Men's Soccer hosts LCU
Head coach Ashley Eldridge leads the Eutectic women’s basketball team, beginning team practices in October. The schedule averages two to three games per week with the majority of travel on weekends and time off for holidays. The season runs through the KIAC Tournament at the end of February.
Athletes Honored at Banquet
|Members of the 2013-14 women's basketball team pose at the banquet:
Asst. Coach Lauren Schwaar, Jordan Ivey, Amy Wong, Lauren Albertina,
Callie Schwartzkopf, Emi Santhuff, Courtney Darrah, Head Coach Ashley Eldridge
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams gathered on March 30 to celebrate the 2013-14 season at an awards banquet luncheon on campus. The women’s team members were recognized with varsity awards for their efforts throughout the season. The team finished the season with a 4-17 record and highlights of the season were presented by head coach Ashley Eldridge, along with several individual awards.
|Head Coach Ashley Eldridge
speaks at the banquet.
The team “Offensive Player of the Year” award went to second-year guard Emi Santhuff. Santhuff led the team in scoring, averaging 14.9 points per game and broke two STLCOP offensive records this season. On January 21, during a home game versus Logan Chiropractic, she scored 38 points, breaking the STLCOP record for Individual Game Scoring by two points. In the same game, she dropped in eight 3-pointers, breaking the record for Most 3-pointers in a Single Game. Santhuff also currently tops the Eutectic list for Career Free-Throw Percentage Leaders at 82.47%, and, after only two years of play, has climbed into the top-ten list for Career Scoring with 469. She ranked in the top-ten in the conference in five different statistical categories and 31st in the nation for 3-point field goals per game at 2.45.
First-year guard Lauren Albertina received the “Defensive Player of the Year” award for her hustle on the court and first-year injured guard Callie Schwartzkopf was honored with the “Leadership Award” for her positive team roles on and off the court. Captain awards were bestowed upon third-year center Heather Cohen and third-year forward Courtney Darrah.