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Ackerman Signs with Emmaus August 17, 2017 Ajah Ackerman from Chattanooga, Tennessee has signed her letter of intent, making it official that she will be playing for Coach Graw and the Lady Eagles of Emmaus next season. Ackerman averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 3 steals a game and will fill a huge need in the post for the Lady Eagles.
Kristen Morry joins the Lady EaglesNews
Morry Inks with Emmaus August 16, 2017 Kristen Morry of Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska has signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career under Coach Graw and the Lady Eagles basketball program. Morry averaged 23.6 ppg her senior year at Nunamiut High School and was selected to the All State Tournament Team 3 years in a row.
Avery Kornstad joins the Lady EaglesNews
Kornstad Chooses Emmaus August 14, 2017 Avery Kornstad has signed a letter of intent to further her career as a Lady Eagle of Emmaus Bible College. Kornstad of Kenai, Alaska plays both the point guard and shooting guard positions and was a starter for the Nikiski High School Lady Bulldogs while averaging 5.1 P/G, 2.2 Reb/G, 1.4 Ast/G, and 1.1 Stl/G.
Maddie Kaczinski signs with the Lady EaglesNews
Kaczinski Signs with Emmaus August 10, 2017 The Lady Eagles basketball program is excited to announce that Madlin Kaczinski of Northeast high school in Goose Lake, IA has signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career under Coach Graw and the Lady Eagles. Kaczinski averaged 8.1 points, 2.7 rebounds, and led the team in steals (36) as captain and starting point guard for the lady Rebels.
"We are One" - Season Recap June 12, 2017 "Love and Loyalty: Our Story His Glory" Over the last four years, the women’s basketball team of Emmaus Bible College has been on a roller coaster that only goes up. Back in the 2013-2014 season, the team finished with zero wins. Now, a mere three years later, the team just ended their season with an overall record of 22-5, and a conference record of 11-0. This is the second year in a row that the Lady Eagles have gone won both the MCCC regular season and tournament championship.
Lady Eagles sweep Providence Christian in back to back games December 6, 2016 Though the Eagles were able to come out on top in this game, it was obvious that their play was sub-standard. While the Eagles caused many turnovers in the second half of the game, the Pilots out-rebounded them by four. Having another game the next day, Coach Graw said: "We have to come out more ready tomorrow than we were today."
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