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Stats at a GlanceWOFETSU
FG Percentage.350 (21-60) .383 (23-60)
3P FG Percentage.278 (10-36) .355 (11-31)
FT Percentage.632 (12-19) .591 (13-22)
Offensive Rebounds99
Defensive Rebounds2933
Total Rebounds3842
Bench Points1128
PointsHatton - 17
Moore - 26
ReboundsLutz - 8
Tomlin - 8
Davis - 12
AssistsRapert - 5
Hooks - 5
StealsSchultz - 2
Moore - 2
Vananda - 2
Adams - 2
Thompson - 2
BlocksHatton - 1
Burdick - 1
Moore breaks career-high points in 70-64 win over Wofford
Moore breaks career-high points in 70-64 win over Wofford
Thursday, February 24, 2022

Bucs beat Terriers 70-64 at home

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Feb. 24, 2022) – The ETSU women’s basketball team splits the regular-season series against Wofford after winning 70-64 in Brooks Gym.

Tonight’s win was not trouble-free for the Bucs as the lead changed five different times throughout the game.

Courtney Moore (Gainesville, Fla.) went off in tonight’s win. Moore broke her career-high 18 points after finishing the game with 26 points. Moore is the first Buccaneer to hit 20 plus points on the season.

Wofford started the scoring with a quick layup. ETSU would think nothing of that going on a 10-3 run causing a 13-5 Bucs’ lead. After a three-pointer from Wofford, ETSU would end the first quarter with a 5-2 run. Wofford trailed ETSU 18-10 going into the second quarter. The Terriers would catch a hot streak to start the second quarter, going on a 13-1 run. This run would give Wofford its first lead of the game with a 23-19 score. The Terriers would go on a 5-3 run to end the first half of play. ETSU trailed Wofford 29-25 at halftime. The Terriers held the Bucs to only seven points in the quarter. 4-of-7 Bucs’ points came from the charity stripe.

The Bucs would start the second half of play on a 10-3 run. This run would give ETSU its lead back as the score would be 35-31. After a quick three points by Wofford, ETSU went on another run, this time a 5-0 run. This run would result in a 40-34 score. Shortly after this run, Wofford would retaliate with its own 5-0 run, tying ETSU at 41 points. ETSU would end the third quarter with an 8-5 run, leading Wofford 49-46. The fourth quarter of play did not disappoint. A few minutes into the final quarter, ETSU would go on a 7-3 run extending its lead to 58 points. The Terriers would retaliate with a 5-0 run that would have Wofford trailing by only one point. ETSU would answer with an 8-2 run of its own, stretching the Bucs’ lead to 66-59. Wofford would not back down, going on a 5-0 run, causing the Terriers to trail by only two points. Fortunately for the Blue & Gold, this run would not matter as the Bucs would end the game on a 5-0 run. 12-of-21 ETSU fourth-quarter points came from Moore.


  • Jakhyia Davis (Knoxville, Tenn.) led ETSU in rebounds capturing 12 in tonight’s win.
  • The Bucs had two double-digit scores in Moore (26), while Demi Burdick (Marshall, Ill.) finished the game with 10 points.
  • Wofford outscored ETSU 18-2 in fastbreak points.
  • Lilly Hatton led Wofford with 17 points.
  • 28-of-70 ETSU points came from bench players.
  • A combined 38 points came from within the paint.


  • Wofford (15-12) | SoCon (10-3)
  • ETSU (6-20) | SoCon (5-8)

The Blue & Gold return to Brooks Gym for the final game of the regular season. Furman is in town for a senior day showdown. Tip-off is slated for noon inside Brooks Gym.

For more information on ETSU women’s basketball, visit ETSUBucs.com and click on the women’s basketball tab.