Seattle U vs. Utah Valley – Game Preview – January 13, 2022

The Utah Valley Wolverines (5-8, 0-2 WAC) have been struggling lately as they lost five games to the Seattle U Redhawks (5-7, 1-0 WAC) on Thursday, January 13 want to stop, 2022. The competition will air at 8:00 pm ET.

Madison Grange’s team high of 19 points was not enough in Utah Valley’s 61:48 loss to Tarleton State on Saturday in their last game.

Seattle U was defeated by Chicago State 64-57 in the team’s final action on Monday. McKenzi Williams’ team high of 14 points was not enough for the defeat.

Utah Valley team stats

Utah Valley participates on Thursday averaging 57.4 points per game, 9.9 less than the 67.3 points Seattle U allows per competition. The Wolverines haven’t reached the 67-point mark this season.

The Wolverines make the second best mark in the WAC with 74.5 percent of their free throws as a team. Josie Williams hits 3.8 free throws per game to lead the Utah Valley while knocking down 81 percent of her attempts on the line.

Seattle U team stats

The Redhawks score 59.2 fewer points than the 60.5 Utah Valley per competition. Seattle U will stand 2-0 when it hits the 60 point mark of the year.

If they hit the free-throw line, which they do 14.5 times per game, the Redhawks will shoot 71.1 percent, which is fifth in the WAC. McKenzi Williams is Seattle U’s top shooter. He makes 2.3 free throws per game while shooting 74 percent.

Keep an eye on players in the Utah Valley

Josie Williams leads Utah Valley in scoring and rebound with 16.2 points and 11.2 boards per game. Maria Carvalho adds 12 points for the Wolverines, and Grange averages 10.4 points per game.

Grange’s 1.4 threesomes per competition make her the most productive three-way shooter in the Utah Valley. She hits from beyond the arc in 44 percent of her shots.

Player stats reflect 10 out of 10 games this season.

Seattle U Players to Check Out

McKenzi Williams leads Seattle U in scoring, averaging 10.5 points per game. Georgia Kehoe leads the Redhawks with 5.3 rebounds per game adding 5.6 points, while Bree Calhoun leads the roster with 3.4 assists averaging 10.4 points.

Irena Korolenko is Seattle U’s greatest threat from Beyond the Arch. She clocks the team in made three per game, drilling 1.5 Treys per competition with a 41 percent shooting percentage from deep.

Player stats reflect 11 out of 11 games this season.

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