Garrett Chapman
Staff reporter

In-story revised

Trinicia Shaffer, senior guard, takes away her Tabor opponent’s avenues of attack. The Lady Builders fell to the clinical Blue Jays, 85-51. (Dalton Carver/Collegian photographer)

The Lady Builders fell to Tabor College in the finals of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Monday night. The Ladies were outscored 85-51. This was their lowest scoring effort all season.

Eight minutes into the contest the Lady Builders trailed 20-7. They could not get their shots to fall all night long as they shot 37 percent from the field.

The Ladies could not get any offense going and went into intermission with a 41-21 deficit.

Throughout the game the Ladies did not help their campaign as they had 14 turnovers, twice as much as Tabor.

Sheri Zoglmann, senior guard, led the Ladies with 10 points. Zoglmann was the only Builder with double figures in the scoring category.

The Lady Builders will go on to play in the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament.

Garrett Chapman is a freshman majoring in communication. You may email him at Garrett.Chapman@sckans.edu