| Lowe Ties BC's Three-Pointer Record
Sophomore guard Jenna Lowe (Carrolton, Ky.) tied a school record when she connected on nine of 19 shots from three-point range to lead #23 Berea to a 104-78 victory at KIAC rival St. Louis College of Pharmacy on January 27. As a result, Lowe was named the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for January 22th-Janurary 28th. The only other Berea player to rack up nine three-pointers in a game is Lowe’s teammate Rebecca May, whose 159 long-range bombs set the all-time NAIA-II record last season.
"It was an amazing experience to come that close to breaking a school record held by such a good shooter,” Lowe said. “I can only thank my teammates for trying so hard to get me the ball and rooting me on from the sidelines to keep shooting. If it weren't for them, it wouldn't have happened."
Lowe played 20 minutes against STLCOP and added 5 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal to her 27 points. According to Berea coach Bunky Harkleroad, “Jenna is a good athlete who is capable of being a big game shooter. In addition to her 9 threes, Jenna had several shots that went in and out, and that could have made her day that much more impressive. Her confidence is going to be a big key for us during the remainder of the season and in years to come. Although Jenna is only a sophomore, she is one of our team leaders."