Amy Eagan became the program’s all-time wins leader in a Truman doubleheader split at Southern Indiana Thursday night in Evansville.

Rachel Edmundson paced a balanced scoring effort with 18 points in the Bulldogs’ 83-72 victory over the Screaming Eagles. Sloane Totta added 17 to help Eagan get her 101st victory. The South Shelby graduate and Truman All-American passed Mary Jo Murray for the most wins.

It was a tight game, with 13 lead changes midway through the fourth quarter. Leading by 3, Truman finally got some separation….

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Brad Boyer with the call on KRES and The Bulldogs shot 20 more free throws and scored 15 more points at the line. Brooke Bailey and Mackenzie Bray added 14 each. With starting post Katie Jaseckas sitting out with back tightness, freshman Allison Thomas made her first start and collected 10 rebounds with seven points. Coach Eagan said this win will add to their resume….

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Eagan’s Bulldogs improve to 13-2 and 4-1 in the GLVC. USI drops to 10-4 and 3-1.

The men’s game started great for Truman when Taurin Hughes hit a trio of three-pointers in the first two minutes for a 9-2 start. It was all Screaming Eagles after that. Southern Indiana went on a 22 point run and sprinted away with an 80-65 win. Alex Stein scored 20 of his 25 points in the first half. Coach Jeff Horner said USI made it hard to score….

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Cade McKnight led Truman with 16. The Bulldogs drop to 8-7 and 3-2 in the GLVC. The Screaming Eagles are 10-4 and 2-2.

Next up is Bellarmine and the Bulldog men will face the number one team in the country Saturday in Louisville. The Knights have won 64 straight at home. You can hear the doubleheader on KRES starting at 11:45 central time. You can also find our full postgame interviews with both coaches below.

Full Postgame Interview with Amy Eagan

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Full Postgame Interview with Jeff Horner

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